Some of you may have already noticed that Steam is currently having their annual Summer Sale.
What you may not know is that Choice of Games has put up its entire catalogue on sale at a 25% discount. On top of that, they’ve put all of my currently published work up in a series of bundles, which are discounted even further.
That means you can get a bundle consisting of Mecha Ace and The Hero of Kendrickstone or one made up of Sabres of Infinity, and its sequel, Guns of Infinity for a total of 44% off!
If you haven’t had a chance to pick up any of those titles, now would probably be the best chance to nab them.
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It’s the second week of the month, and that means another Patron-funded installment of A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea is now available for general viewing.
This section of the Welles Report deals with the Antari army which faced the Duke of Wulfram at Blogia. Like the previous entry, it goes into detail about the organisation, leadership and weaponry of Antari army. It also digresses into a summary of the family history of its commander, Prince Khorobirit.
Next month’s installment will begin describing the events which led to the battle proper, the preparations Wulfram made, and his reasons for choosing to stand and fight where he did.
As usual, if you’d like to get access to these updates a week early, or if you’d like to simply support my worldbuilding articles, please feel free to donate to my Patreon. We’re nearing the $150/month mark right now. If we go over it, that means next month’s update may also include some maps, or other images.
Even we don’t, I can assure you it’ll have plenty of content to look forward to.
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