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Gandersnitch Goes to the Ren Fest!

gsnitchHello lemmings!

There was supposed to be a story today, but I mucked that all up by taking a visit back in time! Or forward in time… Or… Crap! I don’t know. Those stinky TARDIS boxes are dangerous!

Anyways, I spent yesterday at the Ohio Renaissance Festival, making new friends, bothering old enemies, hunting for mermaids, riding the rides, being tempted by all the wonderful wares and foods, and ultimately having a great time. Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself in my short documentary video of my day. Enjoy! -G

P.S. I am supposed to assure you that the story will be posted on Thursday this week instead. It is done, it just needs some editing and stuff.

Kids Today! – Gandersnitch Rants

As many of you know, I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with humans, especially the wee ones. I find the youngest generation highly entertaining and still very alive to the wonder and magic in the world… And then they ruin it all when they start to sing, try to pull on my nose,…

Goblins – Gandersnitch Rants

I don’t have anything witty to say today, what with dealing with a windows 10 upgrade gone awry and a pox of wee folks screaming at each other in my house and attempting to steal my breakfast this morning after having their own. So I am grumpy, and I’m not going to be your usual source…

Gencon 2015 Recap

Another GenCon has come and gone, plus a drive to and from St. Louis to pick up the kids, and we are starting to recover from the exhausting trip. Of course, instead of relaxing last night, we had to scrub the floors in three rooms. It seems the dogs managed to outsmart our barricades without…

Recap – Lexington Comic Con

This past weekend I was at the Lexington Comic Con to promote my first book, The Completely Inappropriate Tales of Gandersnitch the Goblin (available right now on amazon.com) I will confess that I became increasingly stressed out in the days leading up to the event, as the products I have been selling at conventions and…