Friday, August 9, 2013

Weekly Omens 8/9/13

And we're back to weekly updates!

So here's what's happening around the various writings and whatnots:

Mind the Thorns

Is... still on hiatus.  Look, it's been a busy summer and I'm going to level with you it's been hard to get this one going again.  I know a lot of fans want to see how the story ends and honestly so do I!  But with only 24 hours in a day and most of them spent with the kids, it's just as easy to get to.

Bastion the Last Hope

On the other hand, Bastion is back.  For the last few weeks I've been able to work out the buffer a bit, see that I've got some of the "off week" videos and audio ready to go, and I'm able to focus on getting done what needs doing so that it can come back.  Now to find the time to apply that other properties.

Here at Fictional Omens

Dragon Con is fast approaching and answering a call for newbie guides I posted a list of suggestions and ideas for new people to Dragon Con to consider.  Give it a read and feel free to make your own suggestions.

At Home

The summer is winding down faster than I thought possible.  It's hard to believe that in a few weeks I'll be back at work and 90% of my summer plans did not come to fruition.  On the other hand, it's been a great run and spending time with the kids has been fun when it hasn't been horrifically challenging.  Which leads us to this week's video.

Weekly Video

Okay this one is home brewed using iMovie but it show cases some of the fun we've had this summer.

Rob Osterman is the author of the popular web novel Bastion: The Last Hope.  Its story follows those few who struggle to survive through the end of days and perserve what remains of humanity.  He also writes Mind the Thorns, a reader directed web novel chronicling the death and life of Regan Fairchild:  Accountant, Bachelorette and Vampire.

His first novel, Fantasti*Con follows Allison Cavanaugh on a weekend of geekery gone awry as she is stalked, followed, harassed and worse.  It is available on Amazon in print and eBook editions.

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