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It’s been a while since I graced the main part of my domain with content! Due to some bad advice, I received last year, I separated my website into different subdomains. Because of this, 2/3 of my subdomains were...
Vampires have existed in human lore for millennia before the arrival of the Vortex. Creatures of night, preying on humans and animals. Often, consuming flesh like a beast, but more often than not, content to suck only the blood...
May was a busy and stressful month for many reasons. I wasn't able to get as much writing done as I would have liked, and the state of the global economy and digital markets have pushed me to pull...
When the Vortex opened in Siberia in 1991, it was almost a side-show to the other events happening in the world. For the United States, the ongoing collapse of the Soviet Union and the Gulf War were far more...
There’s something beautiful about a series rising above that of just a collection of books by a single author. Star Wars, Warhammer, Harry Potter are all major franchises run by large companies with many authors and creators, but they...
Last month we announced the first Katverse art contest (Details here). The theme of this contest was to draw, illustrate paint or design a sword or blade that Kat uses in the books. We got a bunch of great...
Even before the Cataclysm, magic existed in all places. A spark of insight when writing an assignment, heroic feats by soldiers protecting their comrades, fire almost retreating from brave firefighters. Unexplainable lights and triumphs of nature over machine. Subtle...
At first, the Vortex didn’t do much. On an otherwise uneventful day in 1991, as the once gargantuan Soviet Union was reaching its final dissolution, a blue, swirling Vortex appeared in the middle of Siberia. Scientists flocked to the scene....