Let's talk about Dungeons and Dragons

Jeroen Steenbeeke  Jeroen Steenbeeke
Posted 3/30/16 4:00 PM
If you've ever read my author bio, or if you've been paying close attention to my Twitter feed, you'll know that one of my hobbies is Dungeons & Dragons. I've been playing the game for some time now, since 2005 I think. I started with D&D 3.5 and from there (recently) moved on to D&D 5. I also own the Pathfinder rulebook, but I have not actually played it.

Up until a few years ago, I used to DM these games, which is quite a feat considering
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Incursion and the road ahead

Jeroen Steenbeeke  Jeroen Steenbeeke
Posted 3/24/16 10:00 PM
Even though I neglected to make a blog post about it, my dedicated fans won't have missed the release of Majesty earlier this month. I believe I've mentioned this before, but the Unbound series was envisioned as something I'd write at once, and release close together. It was meant as a side project before I continued writing Epic Fantasy.

Without posting too many spoilers, I will say that Majesty was originally meant to be
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Robin Hobb made me cry

Jeroen Steenbeeke  Jeroen Steenbeeke
Posted 3/22/16 10:00 AM
As my regular readers know, I've been spending a considerable amount of my reading time re-reading "old" books (i.e. books I had already read at least once). This has been a fun experience, and I've shared most of it with you on this blog. Among others, I've covered Mistborn, the Dresden Files and most notable
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Introducing the Review Bounty contest

Jeroen Steenbeeke  Jeroen Steenbeeke
Posted 3/20/16 10:00 PM
When was the last time you've written a review about a book you liked? Think about it for a moment. For me it was July last year, a week or so after K.J. Colt released Forsaken Power, but despite having read dozens of books since then, I haven't left a review for any of them.

I have a valid excuse: Amazon frowns upon authors leaving reviews on other authors' books, so I tend to keep it to a minimum,
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