Tuesday Tidings

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So I continue to split time between Lazarus Gray Volume Four and Gravedigger Volume One — with Lazarus getting most of the attention the past few days.

I sent all the files for Lazarus Volume Three to the guys at Pro Se yesterday — the cover and interior pieces by George Sellas, along with the two stories I’ve written for that one. For the record, the stories are “Murder Unlimited” and “Eidolon.” I’d expect that it won’t see print until sometime in the first quarter of 2013 but hey, I’ve done my part for now.

Finished reading “The Man from Shanghai” last night — a really solid entry in The Shadow series. All Shadows are good but the better ones feature villains who are capable of really challenging The Shadow. This one features a plethora of baddies and was quite interesting.

Not 100% sure what I’ll read next — perhaps another Shadow, maybe the new Star Trek Voyager novel that’s out (based upon the cover it looks like they’re reviving Janeway, which is a good thing).

Did Marvel Heroic rpg stats for Gravedigger and then realized that I can’t post them without spoiling the story that won’t see print until sometime next year! LOL. So they’re being mothballed for now.

I know you guys can see my Twitter feed on the main page of the site but you can certainly follow me at @barryreesepulp — join today!



  1. That is really interesting that you did up rpg stats for your character. I have thought about doing that before but never have because I wasn’t sure if it would be a help or a hindrance. Do you normally do that? How has it worked for you? Any suggestions?

  2. I’ve only started doing it recently since I’ve been playing the new Marvel Heroic game — I find it a lot of fun to stat up characters for. As a result, I went back and did stats for several of my characters. With Gravedigger, as I was writing the story, I got several ideas about how her stats would look so I wrote ’em up. It did kind of clarify some things and help define her limits so I’d say it could be a good thing.

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