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Welcome to my weird little corner of the web. I’m an Independent Author, Blogger, and Podcaster. Here you’ll find links to my podcast, The King’s Crier Podcast, book reviews, poetry, essays, reviews of TV and Films, and ramblings on subjects near and dear to me.

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The Endless Game – The Metaplot of “Vampire: The Masquerade”

One of the hallmarks of Vampire: The Masquerade (and for that matter the vast majority of the White Wolf games) is the Metaplot, the overarching storyline that was always in the background of the materials published for the game. Intricate, contradictory, and byzantine in its structure, the backstory of Vampire: The Masquerade drew from every … Continue reading The Endless Game – The Metaplot of “Vampire: The Masquerade”

A Collection of Horrors – Review of “Love, Death + Robots” Volume Three

The new volume for Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots is out and it’s definitely a marked improvement over Volume 2. While not all of the animated shorts in this volume are up to snuff, the majority of them are interesting enough on their own to merit pouring through the nine entries this time around. The … Continue reading A Collection of Horrors – Review of “Love, Death + Robots” Volume Three

Brought to the Light – Review of “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” Season One, Episode Three “Ghosts of Illyria”

Another week and another stellar episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds became available on Paramount Plus. Since the start of the series two weeks ago, I’ve definitely been enjoying this latest Star Trek series and this week’s episode, titled “Ghosts of Illyria”, is no exception. Secrets have a way of eating away at people … Continue reading Brought to the Light – Review of “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” Season One, Episode Three “Ghosts of Illyria”

The Creatures of the Night – Vampire: The Masquerade

This is the first in a series of essays I plan on writing focusing on White Wolf Publishing and their TTRPG products over the years. In the early 1990s, tabletop role-playing games by and large were still built around the idea of playing heroic characters. The turn of the decade saw a sharp shift in … Continue reading The Creatures of the Night – Vampire: The Masquerade

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