Feb 032015
 

Noisemakers and party hats for everyone!

Covenant’s End is officially out and available, at all the usual places! Here’s a few of the reviews thus far:

Everything comes to a head in Covenant’s End. If you’re at all a fan of Widdershins, you really don’t want to miss this one.

And if you’re not yet a fan of Widdershins? The first book of the series, Thief’s Covenant, is available on Kindle for only $3.99 for the month of February!

This series has been a hell of a ride. It’s seen me through a lot of years, a lot of ups and downs. Thank you all for riding along with me.

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Feb 022015
 

All righty, folks. One more day–one–until Covenant’s End hits shelves and e-readers everywhere. Now that the fourth and (at least for now) final book of the series, now’s a great chance to pick up the very first one, if you haven’t already.

For the month of February, Thief’s Covenant is available for only $3.99 on Kindle! That’s, like, a whole lotta dollars off. Seriously, go. Get it. You’ve never had less of an excuse not to.  ;-)

Oh, and just a quick reminder, for those who missed it, that I’m now offering a low-cost critiquing/editing service. Check it out, see you might find it useful.

Thanks much, everyone. See you tomorrow for the CE release!

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Jan 202015
 

So, take a look at the tabs right there at the top of the page. Notice a new one on the right?

I know a lot of my readers and online friends are writers themselves, so I’ve decided to offer a low-cost critiquing/editing service. You can click here, or else on the tab above, if you’d like the details.

I hope to be hearing from some of you, and if you’d be so kind as to help me get the word out on this, I’d be much obliged. :-)

(Oh, and don’t forget, only two weeks to Covenant’s End!)

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Jan 072015
 

Happy New Year!

To all of you. Perhaps not to Widdershins.

Four weeks, and counting…

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Dec 012014
 

Dec. 2 Edit: Aaaand it’s over. ’twas apparently a Cyber-Monday sale. I hope all of you who picked it up have a good time with it. :-)

Original Post: Hey, guys. Right now, Hot Lead, Cold Iron is available on the Amazon Kindle for the obscenely low price of $2.99! I honestly have no idea how long this special price is going to last. If you don’t have the book yet, or want to gift it to someone, now is absolutely the best time. :-D

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Nov 262014
 

So, several people have asked me about audio books for the Widdershins and Mick Oberon series. I kept telling them I might “have an announcement soon.”

Well, it’s taken long enough, but it’s “soon.”  ;-)

The Cutting Corporation, aka GraphicAudio, releases Hot Lead, Cold Iron next week! Find more about it here. Hallow Point and the Widdershins series to follow starting mid-next year.

For those who don’t know them, GraphicAudio products are almost of a radio play than a standard audio book. They include music, sound effects, all that good stuff.

I hope you guys find them worth the wait. Happy Thanksgiving to them what celebrates it. :-)

(Edit: Yeah, it’s only the 26th. Oops. Pretend it’s a glimpse into the future until tomorrow.  :mrgreen: )

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Oct 092014
 

Covenant’s End is releasing in February 2015, in hardcover and e-book.

If you didn’t want to buy the trade paperback or e-book version of Hot Lead, Cold Iron (WHY DON’T YOU LOVE ME?!?! *sniff*), the mass-market paperback edition is due out in May of 2015. Just in time for…

Hallow Point, the second book in the series, which is also out in May, in both trade paperback and e-book.

Now you know; budget accordingly.  ;-)

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Aug 192014
 

So, a lot of you have seen my 5e Spell Sorter, and I’m really glad so many people are finding it useful. Thanks once again to the generosity of a friend–one who attended GenCon–I’ve had access to the 5e Monster Manual. And so, here we are again.

Ari’s 5e Monster Sorter!

Sort or filter monsters by name, CR, type, subtype (if any), size, alignment (if any), and whether or not the critter’s got Legendary and/or Lair abilities.

You’ll note some monsters appear multiple times. That was because they have more than one subtype or alignment, and I wanted them to appear in both categories should you choose to sort them that way.

As before, please feel free to download, to spread the word, whatever. And by all means, if you catch any errors, do let me know.

Enjoy, folks. :-)

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Aug 082014
 

(Update, Aug 10: Sorter now revised to include subclasses and filtering!  :-D Also, concentration error for mage armor has been fixed.)

(Original post) I didn’t expect to have this done for some time yet, but thanks to the generosity of a local friend who got his Player’s Handbook early, and the fact that I got a massive head start using the free Basic PDF, it’s ready to go. Thus, I present to you:

Ari’s 5e Spell Sorter!

What is it? It’s a spreadsheet listing every spell in the 5th edition Player’s Handbook! It makes sense that the spells are presented alphabetically in the book, but sometimes that makes it hard to search by other details. This spreadsheet allows you to sort by name, level, class, school of magic (you’re welcome, wizards and eldritch knights), by whether or not the spell has a ritual option, and by whether or not the spell requires concentration (you’re welcome, front-line casters).

So have at. Download, spread the word to other gamers, and enjoy.  :-D (And if you discover any errors or omissions, please let me know and I’ll fix them ASAP.)

Note the first: This is just a sortable list. It does not include spell descriptions, mechanics, or summaries. This is meant to enhance the spell chapter of the Handbook, not to replace it.  :-P

Note the second: Two spells are marked with one or more question marks. The paladin’s spell list includes “destructive smite,” but there’s no such spell given. There is a spell called “destructive wave,” which I believe is what the paladin list meant to refer to. The other is “trap the soul,” which appears on the wizard’s spell list but does not seem to be presented in the chapter. (I believe, but am not certain, that it simply got folded into “Imprisonment.”)

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Aug 012014
 

…some promises might be too big to keep forever.

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February 2015.

(Art by the absolutely incomparable Jason Chan.)

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