Howdy, folks. Got a new post up on Patreon you might want to take a look at.
Hey y’all! Blog’s been a bit quiet lately. Apologies. I come bearing a few updates, however!
Hey, y’all! Got a new Patreon short story up today about a boy and the monster in his closet. You can read it and more for just $1. And below the story is a public poll asking for your favorite orcs. I’ve only had two votes and one comment and I kind of need the comments more. So toss a vote and shout out your favorite orc!
Hey, y’all. I’m in pretty serious need of help with dental work and started a GoFundMe this weekend after my tooth started hurting Friday night. I managed to get into the dentist this morning and found out I have a non-draining abscess. I’ll be picking up antibiotics in a little while and I have an extraction set for next Wednesday. In the meantime, I could really use help getting the money together for all this dental work I need.
Much love to the Fantasy Inn folks for letting me yammer on.
Today, we have with us Ashe Armstrong, author of Grimluk, Demon Hunter series.
Hello Ashe, welcome to the Inn! First of all, how are you and how have you been?
Doin’ alright. Think I’m finally getting over the last of this lingering cold.
Let’s kick off with a bang. You write books about a big ol’ demon-hunting orc. For those you might not be familiar with those, can you tell us a little bit about Grimluk and how he came to be?
Grimluk was originally going to be a swashbuckling orc with a claymore. An idea I still may use but I was discussing the idea with a friend one night and I just went, “Hey, so, what if I make him a gunslinger?” My friend’s response was “Fuck yes!” and then ideas just started pouring out.
It’s been around three and a half years since your debut novel, A…
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Hey y’all. I just wanted to post a little update talking about some of the new stuff up on my Patreon. For the past little while, I’ve been working on the much-maligned Ranger class for D&D fifth edition. I recently posted the first pass for a chunk of the subclasses, with two more to come individually. I also tried my hand at giving the Storm Herald subclass for the Barbarian an overhaul, along with a few other Fighter subclasses. I will also be starting an adventure module this year that I’ve had bouncing around my head for a while. It’ll be big on story and very orc-centric. Because I have a brand.
For fans of Grimluk, though, I’ve posted a few snippets from what I’ve been writing on Grimluk 4 (and the first draft is now over the 10,000 word mark), along with a worldbuilding post on time, and a new post today that will start a series of worldbuilding posts on the races of Arkod, beginning with elves!
On top of all that, I’ll be trying to get some new cooking posts going and I’m hoping to start a new trend revolving around Fantasy foods, along with any diabetic friendly foods I find. I’m going to try and begin doing fantasy foods by doing a potentially easy recipe from The Demons Within: goat jerky. I’m pretty sure I can get goat meat from a local butcher, so it should be doable.
And a reminder, I do take requests for content. I recently added a new request tier for $5 where I make a magic item for your game. I still have the idea request tier, too, where you can request a story or a topic for me to talk about for $25. You get access to all content for just $1, though, and my gratitude.
So come check it all out and feel free to leave comments and questions!
Hey all! With it being Christmas weekend, I figured I’d take a moment to remind everyone of the group Holiday Sale going on right now and also inform the reddit savvy of you that r/Fantasy’s 2018 Stabby Nominations thread is live! You can nominate for The Demons Within for Best Self-Published/Indie Novel of 2018 and/or nominate the cover, from the ever talented Bob Kehl, for Best Artwork of 2018! Voting will begin on December 29th and then maybe we can get me a damn KNIFE AWARD!