Lone Wolf – The Last of the Kai

If you saw that cover, and then saw this title and quivered a little inside, you are here for all of the right reasons. This is a celebration of Lone World, the 1984 GameLit that kicked off a series that would go on to last fourteen years and see the publication of 28 books. AndContinue reading “Lone Wolf – The Last of the Kai”

Dungeons & Dragons & Kids by Thomas Shuler

I’ve been playing Dungeons & Dragons since 1979, starting with the Eric Holmes rules, moving on to the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons rules, then to the Basic and Expert Rules as created by Tom Moldvay and David Cook. As a teen, I mocked the Moldvay/Cook rules as “Family Night D&D.” But it wasn’t until myContinue reading “Dungeons & Dragons & Kids by Thomas Shuler”

Taking a Time Machine back to the 1990s and Enjoying some Vids and Pitching My Novel

Written by A. E. Pole. Plaid shirts. Ripped jeans. A return to guitars. Can you guess where I am going with this? Grunge! The 1990s! How many of you are old enough to remember? It is okay, I really don’t want to know; it is just a reminder of how old I am. But, ifContinue reading “Taking a Time Machine back to the 1990s and Enjoying some Vids and Pitching My Novel”