Onyx Path Publishing has released more of their fiction books on Kindle format. The new releases include some of my stories.
• Of Predators and Prey: The Hunters Hunted II Anthology for Vampire: the Masquerade. My story — “Shut In” — is a sequel to the short fiction prelude that appeared in the original Hunters Hunted sourcebook way back in 1992.
• Songs of the Sun and Moon: Tales of the Changing Breeds for Werewolf: the Apocalypse. My story — “The Way of Endings” — features a Qualmi werelynx and a Gurahl werebear.
Why not check out all Kindle books from Onyx Path?
I just sent out a newsletter trumpeting my latest book and big happenings. Read it here.
My new Werewolf: the Apocalypse novel, The Song of Unmaking, is now available in both print (paperback) and ebook (Kindle and PDF) formats. Go to my book page for links.
I’ve got a new RPG book out! Co-authored with Alan Alexander, Cursed Necropolis: Rio provides a key setting for Mummy: the Curse. It’s for sale now over at DriveThruRPG.
I’ve never sailed the Amazon, I’ve never reached Brazil, But the Don and Magdalena, they can go there when they will! Unless I go to Rio, these wonders to behold Oh, I’d love to roll to Rio, some day before I’m old!
— Rudyard Kipling, Just So Stories
The Marvelous City
Beneath the splendor of Rio de Janeiro seethes a hotbed of occult activity. Over a score of mummies keep their tombs in Rio, their presence seeping into the soil and stones and souls of the city. Over all this reigns the infamous Teshra-Gemet, the pretender Pharaoh.
The city of Rio births marvels both bright and dark… and you never know which kind you have until it’s too late.
Cursed Necropolis: Rio contains:
- The secrets and schemes of Rio’s Arisen.
- New Utterances, from the perception usurping Horse and Rider to the cleansing fire of Baal’s Due.
- “The Serpent’s Tooth,” an all-new adventure to introduce players to the conflicts and power plays of Rio de Janeiro.
My new Werewolf: the Apocalypse novel, The Song of Unmaking, has just gone out to the backers of the Werewolf: the Apocalypse 20th Anniversary edition. It was born long ago as a stretch goal for the book’s Kickstarter campaign, which was rather quickly achieved. Now, the book is done and in the hands of those who helped to support its making.
It will go on sale to everybody else sometime within the month. I’ll certainly let you know when it’s available, with links and all.
You can see the cover below. It uses an astounding Ron Spencer illustration from the 20th Anniversary rulebook, which happens to look a lot like a scene in the book (I didn’t plan it that way; it just worked out).