Joining the Conversation

…or something. Anywho, I’m on Twitter. Went with literal since it was available @TSLuikart

Published in: on July 23, 2011 at 11:08 AM  Leave a Comment  

Busy Is Me

I know, I know, I haven’t been around. I can explain… no, wait, I’ll just sum up:


Got married.

Wildly successful still-going-on kickstarter.


I think I need to get it on this whole “Twitter” thing – short but sweet is probably more my speed these days.

Published in: on July 18, 2011 at 8:09 PM  Comments (2)  

“Suggested By” Indeed

I saw a number of movies this weekend most notably True Legend for Far West inspirado.

I also saw On Stranger Tides. Wait… actually, no I didn’t. I didn’t see Tim Powers’ masterful book On Stranger Tides put on the big screen, the book that made me want to write Skull & Bones. No, I saw Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides a movie that was, as this post’s title notes, “suggested by” Tim’s book.

I hope Tim got a big wad of money for loaning them his title, his bad-guy (one of them… sort of), and kinda his plot, I guess. It wasn’t even that bad of a movie, really… I mean, it wasn’t particularly good either, but it wasn’t atrocious.

Look, do both of us a favor… go read On Stranger Tides, brand new paper copies are now readily available due to the release of the movie (which make a point of saying on them in very small print “suggested the movie picture”) and certainly an electronic copy is a few keystrokes away.

Then you can regret along with me that the existence of this tepid movie means no real adaptation of Tim’s book for another 20 years, if ever.

Published in: on May 22, 2011 at 3:15 PM  Leave a Comment  
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A Tempest Strikes Our Little Teapot

Oh my, but the kids are up in arms.

My two cents: never lowball yourself, ever. Dangerous habit.

Published in: on November 6, 2010 at 6:55 PM  Comments (1)  

Edification by Request

So I’ve been asked to expand upon my previous entry.

To wit:

I assisted Mr. Pramas in the writing of Dragon Age: Set 1. DA has been nominated in both the Best Game and Product of the Year categories.

In Best Game – DA is up against Hero 6th Edition, Pathfinder, Shadowrun-20th Anniversary, and Wild Talents 2nd Edition. Honourable Mention goes to Labyrinth Lord. I predict Shadowrun Silver and the Gold to Pathfinder.

In Product of the Year DA is up against a whole bunch of awesome – I make no predictions, but note that I’m rooting for Eclipse Phase. [Point: I did not work on the EP core book. I did write for one of the kick arse supplements that will finally be moving forward now that Posthuman has been resleeved.]

To sum up: it is always gratifying to have one’s work acknowledged – chance of actually winning this year: slim… And Pramas did all the heavy lifting anyway.

Published in: on July 11, 2010 at 7:19 PM  Leave a Comment  

Fat Chance – But Thanks for the Nod

Speaking for Itself

Published in: on July 10, 2010 at 6:06 PM  Leave a Comment