It’s a day or so late, but here’s the fiction piece for April, set in a world where the blood of dead gods is used for tattoos and magic!
As of tonight, the Twitter story experiment has begun! You can follow the account here, or you can follow the story hashtag at #ParahumanStory on Twitter! Right now, the initial story is still unfolding, but the first decision poll is coming up soon enough.
After spending a fair chunk of March sick – first with allergies from hell and then with straight-up viral bronchitis – the Octopus returns! I’ll be bringing fiction to everyone soon. I also hope to have a backer-only piece of fiction available by the end of the month. Y’all can buy me a Ko-Fi or subscribe to my Patreon if you’d like to support that.
Apologies; I’ve had a case of bronchitis that’s made it more than a little difficult to do anything other than sit and try not to cough while sipping honeyed tea.
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Today brings the February piece of fiction, made possible by those noble folks at my Ko-Fi and my Patreon! If you like it, please consider either tipping me a coffee or subscribing to my Patreon! Every little bit helps and every little bit is deeply appreciated!
Today I’ll be talking about the importance of representation in fiction.
I’ll be outlining a protagonist for the Travelers today – the audience viewpoint character, just as new to the world as any readers, used to explore the tumult of the multiverse and the rules that it runs on.
Today I’m going to be continuing from last week’s post; last time I did the broad outline of the multiverse itself, where today I’ll be detailing the most important parts of it. In this case, that means the Travelers, the biggest cliques of them, and some of the regions of the slow tumult of shifting worlds they inhabit.