Johnathan Brooks has worked in retail for most of his life, but he has been an avid reader of fantasy books since around age twelve. He's also been playing video games since he got an Atari 2600 when he was five years old. Like many other like-minded people, he fell in love with the LitRPG, GameLit, and Dungeon Core genres when he first learned about them. He currently has 16 books published with more on the way! … [Read more...] about Author Interview with Jonathan Brooks
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Next up, we have an interview with narrators Ralph Scott and Kendra Murray from Squeaky Cheese Productions. An award-winning producer with a get-it-done (with a smile) attitude, Ralph Scott produces audiobooks, audio theatre, scripted entertainment commercial spots, or pretty much anything within the live or recorded audio arena. Kendra Murray, the voiceover actor who is never without an audience. Even if she … [Read more...] about Narrator Interview with Ralph Scott, Kendra Murray
New guest post by Kit Falbo on why we like to write and read game-related fiction and how it breaks. Call it LitRPG, Call it GameLit, call it D&D or video-game fan-fiction if you are so inclined, but game mechanic based fiction is on the rise. The stories and novels created that represent the sub-genre have many passionate fans and authors who find it a joy to read and write about aspects of gaming. But why? … [Read more...] about Reading, Writing, and Breaking Game-Related Fiction
Author C. A. A. Allen lives in San Diego with his wife and six children. He is a freelance writer, local hip-hop mogul, and fantasy e-book author. He writes for many online entities, and has been published in the San Diego Reader, and CityBeat magazines. He has provided back up vocals, and performed as a "Humpty Dancer" for the multi-platinum hip-hop group Digital Underground. When he isn't writing or spending time … [Read more...] about Author Interview with C. A. A. Allen
Our next author interview is with M.C. Planck, the author of The Kassa Gambit. After a nearly-transient childhood, he hitchhiked across the country and ran out of money in Arizona. So he stayed there for thirty years, raising dogs, getting a degree in philosophy, and founding a scientific instrument company. Having read virtually everything by the old masters of SF&F, he decided he was ready to write. A decade … [Read more...] about Author Interview with M.C. Planck
New guest post by Edwin McRae! I am going to put this to you. What if it’s about the gods? Yes, Aphrodite and Zeus, Thor and Odin. I’m speaking from a strictly western perspective and those are the two pantheons that arise in games time and again. Greek and Norse. These are the examples I’m going to draw on but there are many other divine influences besides them. They’re just the ones that tend to pop up in video … [Read more...] about Why do we love RPGs?
Author Timothy Ellis lives on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia; where he constantly battles with his cat for possession of his desk chair, Daleks do guard duty, and he keeps his sonic screwdriver next to his lightsaber and wand. His first novel, 'Hero at Large', spawning the long running 'The Hunter Legacy' universe, brings together his love of the space genre, spirituality, and cats. When did you first … [Read more...] about Author Interview with Timothy Ellis
Looking for something new to play on the PC? We've got you covered with a list of the very best computer games for 2019 so far. Everyone has their favorite older title, but there's something about a fresh, new game that makes the heart go pitter-patter. Am I right? With that in mind, we've put together a list of the top PC games so far this year with a little something for all types of gamers. Whether you're into … [Read more...] about Best New PC games for 2019 So Far
Ever want to read a book where the MC is a dungeon? LitRPG has you covered! This exciting sub-genre of LitRPG draws on old video games like Dungeon Keeper and the Dungeons franchise. We rounded up some of our favorite dungeon core novels and will go over them below. Be warned, we have some that aren't from the POV of a dungeon, but we wanted to include them as we consider them dungeon core adjacent. Dungeon POV … [Read more...] about Top Ten Dungeon Core LitRPG Books
Andrew Rowe is a professional game designer. He's also worked at awesome companies like Blizzard Entertainment, Cryptic Studios, and Obsidian Entertainment. When he's not crunching numbers for game balance, he runs Shades of Venaya, a swords and sorcery themed live-action role-playing game. In addition, he writes for pen and paper role-playing games. Aside from game design and writing, Andrew watches a lot of anime, … [Read more...] about Author Interview with Andrew Rowe
Microsoft's Xbox One turns six years old this year! To celebrate, we've put together a list of several RPG games you can play on the Xbox One console today! If you're ready to go on a role-playing adventure, check out the list below before finding your favorite. We list all types, including action RPG, turn-based RPG, monster hunter, hack and slash, and more. There's something for everyone on this list of the best … [Read more...] about XBox One RPG Games Out Now in 2019
Michael is a young Scot living in London and has completed his first epic fantasy series, The Dragon's Blade. His next book, Battle Spire, is a crafting LitRPG novel that was released in late 2018. Michael is 'that guy' who enjoys discussing the mad fan theories of Game of Thrones even more than the books or show, and knows more about World of Warcraft than is probably healthy. When did you first start writing … [Read more...] about Author Interview with Michael R. Miller