I’ll be closed to entries by 18.00 GMT tomorrow. Sometime later that evening I’ll post the glorious winner on all my social media sites. For those who still want to enter before the deadline, or who are just wondering what all the fuss is about, there’s more info here.
The reaction to this little bit of fun has exceeded my wildest expectations. I was imagining a dozen suggestions, maybe two dozen at most. Having recounted several times, we’re currently looking at 85 possible winners. The level of general interest has also be huge, at least compared to the stuff I usually discuss on this blog. Just check the stats from yesterday – normally I get like 8 views a day on here, average. However on the 29th…
I think it shows just how creative the Games Workshop fanbase is when so many people have put so much time and effort into enriching the 40k universe. It’s an oft-repeated slogan, but it really is more than just a hobby.
It’s a fine thing to find yourself added to the Wiki article of Games Workshop authors. Shoutout to Proteus77, whoever you are, you mysterious editor.
James Fadeley, besides being my writing companion for a number of years now, is an excellent writer whose first novel is long overdue. I’d definitely recommend any and all Fantasy fans check this project out!
The Shape of Words to Come
Today marks the launch of the Banner Saga: Warbands Kickstarter! Based on the hit game created by Stoic Studio, the board game continues combining tactical skirmishes with long term resource management to survive. And the even more incredible news is that, within about 30 minutes, the KickStarter has already been entirely funded.
Of interest to readers out there is that my first novel, The Gift of Hadrborg, is an add-on available to anyone who joins the funding. Inspired by The Banner Saga: Factions, the story takes place before the events of the first game and tells the tale of Eirik and the woes of a city suffering from crime and strife.
In the troubled city of Strand, the City Watch and Governor’s Guard struggle to fend off the criminal empires who rule their streets. Between the corruption, smuggling, underground slaving, mass larceny and a rebellious group attempting to usurp the…
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