• Posts Tagged ‘books’

    Advance Review – Letters To Lovecraft

    by  • November 17, 2014 • Reviews • Comments Off on Advance Review – Letters To Lovecraft

    Disclaimer: I was contacted and received an advance review copy of the book from Stone Skin Press. I’ll admit, I was a bit hesitant going into this book. I wasn’t completely sure what I’d find inside, but I was curious as 7 out of 18 authors were women, and I was told they had...

    Read more →

    Lost: A Charity Anthology by Galileo Games

    by  • February 18, 2013 • News, People & Events • Comments Off on Lost: A Charity Anthology by Galileo Games

    JR Blackwell is the sort of woman who returns good to evil. If she were to be stabbed in the side by a mugger, after she was done dismembering the mugger, she could be heard to say, ‘Huh. Well. I’m bleeding and I have a hole in my side. What sort of good could...

    Read more →

    A Gamer’s Library: The Retrieval Artist Series

    by  • December 21, 2012 • Reviews • Comments Off on A Gamer’s Library: The Retrieval Artist Series

    The Book The Retrieval Artist series, Kristine Kathryn Rusch. (A full series list can be found here. The series also includes the novellas The Retrieval Artist, an ‘origin story’ of sorts for Miles Flint; The Recovery Man’s Bargain, a countertext to Recovery Man; and The Possession of Paavo Deshin, a stand-alone story set in the same universe.) Synopsis...

    Read more →

    A Gamer’s Library: The Darwath Trilogy

    by  • June 7, 2012 • Reviews • 7 Comments

    The Book The Darwath Trilogy, Barbara Hambly. (Composed of The Time of the Dark, The Walls of Air, and The Armies of Daylight. Followed by stand-alone novels Mother of Winter and Icefalcon’s Quest, which are not recommended.) Synopsis A history graduate student and an auto mechanic are pulled into a fantasy world – just as...

    Read more →

    A Gamer’s Library: Introduction

    by  • March 15, 2012 • Reviews • 4 Comments

    Hi, everyone! My name is Jessica, and I’m here to talk about books. I’m an avid and eclectic reader, which has definitely made me a better player and GM. I steal character concepts, great lines, narrative techniques, cool facts, and more. It’s also made me a better game designer. It’s easy to get caught in...

    Read more →