#Art of Fantasy 19: Jeffrey Catherine Jones

Frank Frazetta once called Jeffrey Catherine Jones "the greatest living painter". Jones, who achieved fame simply as Jeff Jones, was an American artist who created over a hundred iconic book covers during the 70s. She was also a particularly talented Fine Art artist as you'll see when you follow the links. Jones is one of those artists … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 19: Jeffrey Catherine Jones

“The Dead God” and Other Updates

I want to update you guys on the projects I'm busy with this year, which I haven't really done, apart from cryptic mentions here and there. Last year I wrote a proposal for a game I called, "The Dead God". I based the premise on Slavic lore and it featured a hero named Krakus, veteran … Continue reading “The Dead God” and Other Updates

#Art of Fantasy 18: John Buscema

Today's artist is the award-winning comic book illustrator and penciller, John Buscema. In my humble opinion, his run on Conan the Barbarian was the best there was, and thus, he qualifies to be mentioned here. And because I have so many fond memories from reading Conan and admiring Big John's work, I thought it high … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 18: John Buscema

Indie Author Interview With Woelf Dietrich

Indie Author Review has an interview up in which I answered a few questions, which is usually what happens when you do an interview (You're probably thinking, "You don't say!"). I talk about past and current writing projects, including my very first and overly ambitious attempt at historical fiction, which I never completed. Plus, while … Continue reading Indie Author Interview With Woelf Dietrich

Robert Harris on Writing

I found an article written by author Robert Harris on writing fiction. Harris has penned several bestselling historical novels. I haven't read all his books, and the ones I did read I read in a weird order. My first contact with Harris' work was Archangel, which in turn led me to Enigma, and then, Fatherland. Fatherland … Continue reading Robert Harris on Writing

#Wallpaper Wednesday

I haven't had a Wallpaper Wednesday for a while so here is the latest one I'm using. Before this one I had an underwater steampunk submarine and before that, a painted spaceship. I probably should have posted the painted spaceship. Looked pretty cool, actually, but I grew tired of it quickly. Anyway, I'm obviously in a … Continue reading #Wallpaper Wednesday