Time for an update about what’s happening with me:
• FADING SUNS: The crowdfunding for the New Frontiers wave of products wrapped up in late August, but there will be a LATE PLEDGE opening soonish. I’ll post updates in all the usual places when that opens up. If you missed the initial campaign, definitely get on board here — there’s lots of good stuff. You can check them out here.
• THE APOCALYPTIC RECORD: Now on Kickstarter! This looks to be the final Werewolf 20th-Anniversary Edition sourcebook. I’ve got a few chapters in here (one of them with ol’ Albrecht), so if you’re a good garou (or even a bad one), consider pledging.
• BLACKBIRDS: Now on Kickstarter! This new RPG has a lot of talented people behind it, and I don’t mean me even though I wrote a few chapters, so check it out. This looks like a campaign you’ll kick yourself about for not pledging once the products start rolling out.
• CAPCLAVE: I’ll be attending this classic sci-fi convention near Washington DC this coming weekend (Oct 1-3). I’m just an attendee, but if you’re there, say hi if you see me. Other Fading Suns/World of Darkness writers might drop by too.
My latest Werewolf novel, The Song of Unmaking, is now available in the Barnes and Noble Nook store.
You can get a PDF and print copy here (from DriveThruFiction) and a Kindle copy here (from Amazon).
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?
There’s a short article by Kathleen Kaufman about StokerCon 2017 on Huffington Post. It includes a paragraph about our Werewolf game:
“A particularly unique event was a game of Werewolf, hosted by White Wolf creator and writer Bill Bridges. The game participants were none other than George R.R. Martin, fellow White Wolf creator and author Chuck Wendig, Maria Alexander, who would go on to garner her second Bram Stoker Award for YA Novel, Stephen Graham Jones, a nominee for the werewolf themed Mongrels, and New York Times Best Selling author Nancy Holden. It was truly a dream lineup for any RPG fan as well as a fascinating exercise in group storytelling. Danielle DeLisle joined the game for the second half and helped the group capture the diamonds as well as werewolf bragging, er… howling rights.”
Read the whole article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/stokercon-2017-haunts-the-queen-mary_us_5917b369e4b00ccaae9ea3b4?ncid=engmodushpmg00000003
Werewolves of L.A.
Photo by Kathleen Kaufman. L-R: Bill Bridges, George RR Martin, Maria Alexander, Stephen Graham Jones. StokerCon2017.
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