The charm is real! (But the cake is a lie.)

It’s been a nifty day for two of the Apocalypse projects: good news all around. News that made me squeal in joy.

The first was an email from one of the backers of Pestilence’s book, The Page of Cups. It appears that their book finally arrived and their “girls” love it. They sent pictures: probably the best pictures of the book ever. EVER! With the girls. I thought you’d like to take a look:

And you can see in this next image, his girls are even dancing around the circle ho-down style:

What wonderful news!

Also, in an attempt to remain positive about 10 Confessions’ predicament with the Kickstarter campaign, I put out a private email to what backers there were offering them a free PDF of chapter 1 if the campaign failed. After all, I write this thing so it will be read. I certainly don’t mind giving away a free copy or two.

I also made 10 little chapter 1 charms all by myself – because if each chapter is going to have an associated charm I gotta start somewhere. Even if the campaign fails. For consistency. Here’s a movie about them.

Death left the Cyphacon!

Cyphacon is over, but we had a good time! The Bedlam Bards were there – great music, and Firefly fans as well – as well as reps for Autism awareness, the D20 girls, awesome stuff, and of course my brawny neighbors! We sang, we didn’t dance, and then it was over and we were sad.

Here are two more podcasts for the wonderful weekend!

Larry Nemececk talks about his documentary about the Con of Wrath which happened in Houston in 1982. Star Trek drama!

I started out watching the Bedlam Bards but it was more important for the moment to talk about autism awareness. We all need to be aware of autism.

And then we go back to the Bedlam Bards. :=)