My friend Matt writes for Tor.com, and he’s just featured my Song of Ice and Fire LEGO minifigures in an article for the site! Go check out the article, and then spend some time with the rest of the content at Tor. It’s a great site for anyone interested in science fiction, fantasy, and anything geeky in general.
Edit: So apparently I’m all over the internet now. Matt tells me that the traffic from the Game of Thrones twitter actually crashed Tor. These are just a few of the links I found:
This week was surreal. It was full of sending out resumes to game companies, filling out other applications, and on top of that, I was working to get my additional Jagged Alliance 2 game diaries finished for Quarter to Three. (I’ve been doing one per day, so the fifth one is now available to read.) Which means that I ended up working to get all the video-game related stuff out of the way so I could sit down and read. I repeat, I wanted video games out of the way so I could get some reading done. That’s the polar opposite of most of my time at college.
But now, I can focus on the game-related stuff again, because earlier today I finished A Dance With Dragons. Minus a few little nitpicks, I absolutely loved it. Specifically, the book has enough huge WTF moments to rival A Storm of Swords, even if none of them individually are as big as the Red Wedding. One thing that specifically surprised me, without spoiling too much, is how much of an enormous badass Wyman Manderly turned out to be. He’s like Martin’s version of Titus Andronicus.
Damn it, now I have to wait for my friends to finish the book so I can really talk about it with someone.