Would I Ly To You

Hi. I wanted to take an out of cycle moment to send out a congratulations to my friend Lawdon for the self-publishing of his second science fiction novel, Would I Ly To You. The book continues what was started in the first book of the series with another fast-paced tale as Ly tries to become . . . → Read More: Would I Ly To You

Web of Ly’s

Hi. I wanted to take an out of cycle moment to send out a hearty congratulations to my friend Lawdon (check out his website here) for the self-publishing of his first science fiction novel, Web of Ly’s (check it out at Amazon here). It is the first book of the series. The series looks like . . . → Read More: Web of Ly’s

Ten Links in the Chain: Food for Thought (5-APR-2013)

Greetings friends!

I won’t go into another long whiny rant about why I haven’t been posting lately. Instead we’ll just dive into some of the links I’ve gathered over the last month or so that have made me think in some way “I wonder how I could adapt that to gaming?” It’s been a while . . . → Read More: Ten Links in the Chain: Food for Thought (5-APR-2013)

Game Fodder: The Nine Columns of Madrai

Once, according to legend, the city of Madrai (“mad-rye”) sat at the center of the world, the pinnacle of technology, social graces, and a government truly for the people, by the people. This city, like no other before or since, was built out on the water itself – not on boats, but upon an interlocking . . . → Read More: Game Fodder: The Nine Columns of Madrai

Fiction Review: Net Impact by Donald J. Bingle

Yes, I know this is a gaming blog, right? So why am I reviewing another book of fiction? Well, first and foremost, we all know that there’s a great deal of bleed between gaming and short stories, movies, song titles and lyrics, among about a million other creative pursuits. And often, we as gamers have . . . → Read More: Fiction Review: Net Impact by Donald J. Bingle

Fiction Review: Tales of the Far West edited by Gareth-Michael Sharka from Adamant Entertainment

We are riding the wave of some great short fiction from fresh new authors these days in the gaming community. And though I’ve come a bit late to the party, I’m damn happy I finally arrived… First with the Stories in the Ether quarterly magazines (I’m two issues behind now and need to catch up) . . . → Read More: Fiction Review: Tales of the Far West edited by Gareth-Michael Sharka from Adamant Entertainment

Fiction Review: The Hole Behind Midnight by Clinton J. Boomer

Yes, I know this is a game review blog for the most part, but The Hole Behind Midnight would have far-reaching game potential even if it hadn’t been written by someone who’s been writing, making short films, and working in the RPG industry for a while.

But let’s back up for a moment. What the . . . → Read More: Fiction Review: The Hole Behind Midnight by Clinton J. Boomer

Guest Post: Scott Taylor from Black Gate magazine

Welcome to the first ever guest post on Game Knight Reviews! And a huge thank you to Scott for being my first victim contributor!

Hey all, i’ts Scott from Black Gate magazine’s RPG blog. Fitz invited me over to give a little info piece on Black Gate and what we’re doing. I considered making some . . . → Read More: Guest Post: Scott Taylor from Black Gate magazine

News from Around the Net: 15-APR-2011

How can it possibly be Friday already? That means it must be time for some links, news, and reviews from around the interwebz!

Reviews, Tips and Food for Thought Over at the Diesel DM blog, there’s a great review of Sly Flourish’s Dungeon Master Tips from the Diesel DM himself. This may have to be . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 15-APR-2011

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