It’s certainly been a while since my last post, but the creative endeavors truly never end.
I’m proud to say a project has come to fruition, however, in the form of this fabulous video game available for free on itch.io! No thanks to me, really, I just helped out a bit, but I was thrilled to be a part of the story-writing team. Anyways, the game is essentially a mystery that must be solved, and it plays out similarly to how an ARG tends to develop in online communities.
Fair warning, the game is a little difficult, so we’ve encouraged people to play as groups to try to use the power of collective brainstorming in order to prevail! Odds are good that one individual would really struggle to sniff out all the clues, so bring your friends and put your thinking caps on.
You can find the game on the itch.io website, with a link provided below.
It is available for free, with a name your price option if you feel inclined to support the developers. Be sure to check it out, it’s fun, frustrating, and also rewarding to solve, so those who appreciate a challenge, look no further. Oh, and if you do have any trouble, there is a subreddit devoted to community help.
Finally got my author copies! I’m very excited to say I have a novella available now on Amazon called The Garden of Stars. Feel free to check it out if you’re interested in Lovecraftian horror, it definitely borrows a lot from the genre.
‘Nary a whisper shook me that night
For it was the silence that held me so tight
And told me my name, in its humble way
But I should forget it the very next day
Such is the world, and so does it say
Will I remember, when light gives away?
I shouldn’t think so, for memory does sleep
Perhaps it’s too ghastly and buried too deep
Or perhaps it will find me one day when it may
Let me be gone before then, or so do I pray
Seasons come and go, like the wind
Maybe this time you can stay here
If you will
Nothing is ever assured, I fear, but the
The world will turn and all my love
The sun once set far below the earth
Out of sight
And there it met the moon and thought
What a delight
Is the sun any different, no matter where
It may be
Will the moon still find it as they turn
In the galaxy
So stay here, alas, my sweetest love
No matter how the spring may call
Your mother says that I’m no good
That may be
But I’ll love you no matter the seasons
So please stay