A LitRPG Short Story Series by Zachariah Dracoulis (LitRPG Author) Zoey has just been screwed over by someone in her clan, a screwing over that resulted with her getting hit with a permadeath and having to restart from scratch in the dystopian game world of Thren, a land of dinosaurs, rabid humans, and more than a few other deadly threats. After what happened, Zoey doesn't know if she can trust anyone in the … [Read more...] about Fragged: LitRPG Short Story
A LitRPG Adventure by Edward Brody (LitRPG Author) After accepting the fact that he will never know his old reality again, Gunnar looks forward toward building a new life inside Eden's Gate. It's time to form a guild, gather resources, and earn the acceptance of the Edgewood inhabitants. If only things were that easy... The dark elves aren't thrilled about having humans in Edgewood, the mine isn't … [Read more...] about Eden’s Gate: The Sparrow
And why do they keep going on and on about pick-pockets and torches? Good question! To continue our efforts to help the LitRPG community at large (including authors and readers), we've launched the brand-spanking-new LitRPG Forum. Go check it out if you haven't had a chance yet. … [Read more...] about What the Heck is the LitRPG Forum?
Why leave it up to an author to tell you what they think is the best LitRPG novel? I've got my own ideas as a writer, of course, but I want to hear from YOU, the fans of litrpg. Leave a comment below and let us know what litrpg novel you think is the absolute best. If you were creating a LitRPG list for new readers, what would you put on the list? Let us know, and we'll use the information to compile a … [Read more...] about Best LitRPG? Let the Readers Decide!
I was reading an article at Wired this evening (With Breath of the Wild, Zelda Finally Loses Its Way. And I Love It), and a certain paragraph reminded me of the current state of the LitRPG genre. This isn't a mind-blowing observation or anything that will change overnight in LitRPG, but it's something that will happen in the future. … [Read more...] about LitRPG and the Lessons of Zelda
By Dakota Krout (Author) Both Cal and Dale have become stronger, each in spite of the other. The dungeon - Cal - knows exactly how much their strength has increased, and is working hard to become exponentially more powerful. His schemes are becoming more complex, and his dungeon - his body - more deadly. Dale has a nasty surprise waiting for him as he works to thwart the plans of the devious dungeon. You … [Read more...] about Dungeon Madness: The Divine Dungeon Book 2
Someone on social media the other day was asking about good "LitRPG movies." While Ready Player One won't be released until March 2018, I've put together a collection of some classic movies for gamers. Okay, not all of them are movies, but they're worth a watch in my opinion. If you love gaming, there's sure to be something on this list you'll enjoy. … [Read more...] about What About LitRPG Movies for Gamers?
As a full-time self-published author, I'm always looking at the money side of the business to ensure my lights stay on. With that said, I love the creative writing part of my job. Occasionally over the last few years, I've had to choose between writing what I love to read and writing to make a living. Late last year, Dean Wesley Smith wrote on his blog: "Artistic freedom means you can write whatever novel or story … [Read more...] about Why Do I Love the LitRPG Genre?
By Dakota Krout (Author) For eons, conquering dungeons has been the most efficient way to become a strong adventurer. Although, not everything is as straightforward as it seems. Several questions have always plagued the mind of those that enter these mythical places of power: Why are there so many monsters? Where does the amazing weaponry and heavy gold coins come from? Why does the very air fill with … [Read more...] about The Divine Dungeon: Dungeon Born