He was, however, extraordinary, and that tended to scare townsfolk, who were hooked on the Ordinary with a capital O, and preferred their day-to-day served without any Extra.
You’ve survived the highest of stakes to the lowest of die rolls with your tabletop teammates, and this is the perfect time of year to show them a little extra love.
Unsure where to find fine fantasy fare? Looking for a worthy bribe for the DM? Got stuck shopping for your nerdy nephew in this year’s gift exchange? Allow me to show you some merchandise that might fit the bill.
I can’t resist a story that takes place deep undersea. The strange creatures and surreal settings that exist beneath the waves range from magical and majestic to horrifying and haunting, so there’s plenty of opportunity for surprises!
Question of the Day: Where would you like to have an adventure?
He took great pleasure in teasing her; he’d decided that Bee was no name for a person, and that it must just be the first letter of her real name. So every time he came in, he addressed her by a new and awful name that started with B.
–Baker’s Magic by Diane Zahler
Question of the Day: What makes you pick up a book off the shelf?
I’d exaggerated a little when I talked to Nash. Mom and Dad haven’t exactly engaged in a cloak-and-dagger adoption conspiracy. Mom loved to tell my story, and Dad always hung around listening.
-Kimchi & Calamari by Rose Kent