Gustav & The Self-Propelling Pencil.

By Jai Kobayaashi Gomer. At the age of 14, Gustav Mierlson invented the Self-Propelling Pencil. As he told his prospective investors, “It writes for you, so that you don't have to.” They thought this was an incredibly forward-thinking notion, and a great product, worthy of their investment. They wrote him a cheque for fifteen thousand … Continue reading Gustav & The Self-Propelling Pencil.

The Disobedient Protagonist.

What to do when your characters won't behave themselves? Okay, so I have my protagonist (a necromancing child of darkness, spawned in Hell but violently rejected by the Devil himself and conflicted to the very dust within his bones between Good and Evil) and my setting (he's living out his days in the mortal realm … Continue reading The Disobedient Protagonist.

I don’t write my stories, I merely record what I see and hear…

Sometimes it's like wandering into a room where there's an animated conversation occurring, and I get to watch for a while, and occasionally I can ask one of the non-participants, crowded around to view the action, what's happening, and why. Sometimes I don't know all the answers, or the history of a conflict, or the … Continue reading I don’t write my stories, I merely record what I see and hear…

Pre-Launch Blog Check

Testing testing... 1, 2, 1, 2... As you can no doubt tell, this blog is still very much a work in progress – the party hasn’t started yet, we weren’t expecting guests and we’re not dressed properly, so check in again in a few weeks for something which looks a little more presentable!