Trench

A great canyon between Kanvane and Ragnivan spanning several hundreds of miles across, the Trench has been around as long as cartographers have survived the visit to the locale. These old map-makers weren’t just hopping into the chasm without regard, of course, rather there is a nation of insects that actively defend it as their … Continue reading Trench

Towerne

High Overlord Chaos’ tower network, Towerne could rightfully be called a kingdom simply by the expanse of its demesne coupled with a truly ludicrous power projection. As Chaos and his dimensional operation minions maintain a rather extreme amount of towers in a multitude of different dimensions, and they almost always go undetected, Chaos has a … Continue reading Towerne

Magic

Magic is, put simply, the usurpation of nature's laws by utilizing a spiritual, occult, or otherwise arcane force - it is in the unpacking of this term where things get difficult. For humanity of most dimensions found across The Holy Verses, magic is a far-off or even fantastical concept, even though almost all societies do … Continue reading Magic

Dirty, Rotten Thievery! – Part 2

The scrying stone dies out, leaving an impressed group of overlords, demons, self-proclaimed gods, lawmakers and politicians in the large, thickly-misted room.  While it seems large enough to accommodate hundreds, maybe thousands of people, the liquid-mist veil saturating the room with a warm swirl is defeating to all but the most powerful of gazes. "That … Continue reading Dirty, Rotten Thievery! – Part 2

Beaten to the Point of Hideous Delirium, it is the One Analyst That Discovered Another Piece of the Great Puzzle (July 2020 Update)

Some music and pseudo-philosophical rambling to start with, as always. You can trust me to bring some of the freshest and coolest tracks in the universe - by fresh and cool I mean barely known foreign songs from posthumous artists, of course.     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqFy9S_3L14 Life and all its niceties can be fleeting, and great … Continue reading Beaten to the Point of Hideous Delirium, it is the One Analyst That Discovered Another Piece of the Great Puzzle (July 2020 Update)

As The Great Outbreak (TM) spanned across The Cursed Earth (TM) one analyst stayed cradled in the ethereal confines of a reinforced seven-dimensional bunker replete with coffee and Turkish delight. It is here that he made the final preparations for The Immense Plan (TM) – The June 2020 Update

Hey reader. We're starting out with a bit of different music this time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4W03d6o2b-k There are fledgling pieces of art that do not achieve their best form until years later, and there are those that arrive perfect as they are. The music of Xenogears is the former. Natsumi Kameoka's arrangements of the pieces are phenomenally … Continue reading As The Great Outbreak (TM) spanned across The Cursed Earth (TM) one analyst stayed cradled in the ethereal confines of a reinforced seven-dimensional bunker replete with coffee and Turkish delight. It is here that he made the final preparations for The Immense Plan (TM) – The June 2020 Update

Another Exceptional Month of Death and Learning: you don’t say, the May update!

As always, let's start with some tunes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwT6XFgs43w You may now say: "Thanks, dad, for letting me check out all your cool old person music!" Then I'll say: "You're welcome, kiddo," right before taking a sip from my brandy.   Anyway, hello again! I guess it's time for another monthly update. We actually have quite … Continue reading Another Exceptional Month of Death and Learning: you don’t say, the May update!

Author Spotlight – Kell Inkston Two Years Later

Super cool interview between myself and long-time fan/blogger Ira Myriam!

Books, Books, Wonderful Books

Kell Inkston is the author of numerous fantasy and Sci-Fi series – Nocturna League, Courts Divided, Substation 7, Voidstar Empire, Breath Series, and the upcoming Soot Knight.

I discovered this author a little over two years ago and fell in love with his writing and his amazing original stories. My love for his unconventional writing style, satirical expression and symbolism only grew over the years and now I can’t imagine my life without Kell Inkston’s books. I love this author immensely. His books not only entertain and make me smile, but also puzzle me, take me to unimaginable places and make me think. He is a true treasure of the book world and I could not be happier that he agreed to come back and answer more questions about himself and his work.

Q&A

Q1: Welcome back! It’s been two years and you have been busy and working on existing…

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