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Free Fiction Monday: Game Testing

When Jen DeAngelo picked up and moved for the umpteenth time, she didn’t know where she would end up, as per usual. But when she finds herself in a place with family history—her family history—she decides to stay and investigate her roots. But she might just find more than she bargained for in this unusual […]

The Business Rusch: Why Writers Disappear (Part Two)

Last week, I started a blog post that I thought would go relatively quickly and be somewhat short. After all, I had just given a one-hour talk on the topic, and about forty-five minutes of that had been in response to questions. Talking something and writing something are vastly different. I only got through half […]

Death at Forgeheart

My friend Bridget McKenna asked me to do something I haven’t done in years: write a tie-in story. Bridget is the editor for En Masse Entertainment, which just came out with their new game, TERA, this spring. TERA is mighty cool, let me tell you. Anyway, I wrote a story that’s…um…not your typical slash-em-up gaming […]

Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Online Networking (Networking Part Seven)

Artwork donated by Pati Nagle. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Online Networking (Networking Part Seven) Kristine Kathryn Rusch When Carolyn Nicita asked me to discuss networking way back in February, she reminded me that I had missed a major topic in the Freelancer’s Guide.  I also knew that the networking section would have a lot of […]

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