"Every Friday is Black and Every Day is Friday" Sale (and announcing Elemental Mysteries in December)

If you’re the sort who likes a little more black in your day, either the Darkness beyond the veil or the darkness of interstellar space, we have the sale for you!

During our “Every Day is Black and Every Day is Friday” Sale, you can acquire for yourself (or give as a gift!) anything in our catalog for a very nice price.

All things Modernity:

You don’t have much time until the Darkness consumes everything. Enjoy it while you can. Fight the Darkness, if you dare.

For the forward-looking avant-garde, our Starcrossed pre-order edition (includes Chapter 001):

You don’t have much time until the Successors conquer everything. Enjoy it while you can. Claim your birthright, if you dare.

In other news. . .

Both color and black-and-white editions of Modernity are off to the POD provider for approval. It’s taken longer (and lot more learning) than I hoped to get this far. For those of you patiently waiting for printed versions, thank you for your continued saintly patience. The good news for future products is that I’ve learned the hard way what many of the limitations are and adjusted my workflow to streamline the process and avoid future friction in the interests of getting what you want produced and out the door.

I am hard at work this week on Iniquity (The Seraphim Conspiracy, Book 1), the first novel in the Modernity universe to be published early next year. And more importantly, I am putting the finishing touches on Elemental Mysteries that brings a new twist for wizards to Modernity, along with all their stunts, skills, artifacts used to manipulate the five elements of creation, as well as all the elemental denizens you need as a coordinator to make their lives hell. Elemental Mysteries will be coming to your favorite game retailer (and mine) in December. Here’s a preview of the cover art (work in progress):


As always, please keep your feedback coming: good, evil, or otherwise. I’m here to make the games you want.

David Reed