September Tidings

By Christian A. Brown | September 23, 2018 | 0

Oh my, it’s been a good six months since our last newsletter! But that’s only because I’ve been stockpiling up all the amazing reveals and surprises till now! The biggest surprise—if you haven’t been paying attention—is that Feast of Darkness, Part I releases next week! Check out the whole newsletter for other tidbits of interest…

The End of the World…

By Christian A. Brown | September 16, 2018 | 0

…begins at the far end of the world. Throughout the world of Geadhain, for mortals, Immortals, and Dreamers alike, the tides of war have ebbed and flowed for eons. For Morigan and Caenith and their courageous companions, that tide has become a tsunami as they continue their treacherous journey into the strange shifting land of…

Home Stretch

By Christian A. Brown | September 9, 2018 | 0

The galley has been personally proofread one last time; a few minor adjustments will be submitted tomorrow. Looks like we have a book! I’m really happy with my read and with the twists, turns, drama and conflicts in FoDRK. I think you will all be quite pleased, too. Preorders should be live in a couple…

You Are What You Eat

By Christian A. Brown | September 2, 2018 | 0

Afternoon folks. Today’s Vblog is a cursory glance into what I eat, why I eat it, and why maybe you should be eating some of the same things, too! Only because I want you to live long and healthy lives so that you can continue to read all of the adventures I have in store…

An Excerpt

By Christian A. Brown | August 26, 2018 | 0

I’m a little too busy to be reading to you all this weekend—I’ll let you folks do the work for a change. I did, however, upload a new gaming vid to YouTube if that’s your thing. However, if you just came here for a literary experience, enjoy the below! All my love, —C

On Evil

By Christian A. Brown | August 19, 2018 | 0

Morning my dears, hope you’re all having a lovely weekend. Ideally, my discussion on “evil” and its presentation and representation in fiction is reflective and not disruptive to your day—stick around in the video for an exclusive excerpt from my next book! And remember: we must ponder the darkness to have an appreciation for the…

Fit At 40

By Christian A. Brown | August 13, 2018 | 0

In today’s video I’ll be talking about the big FOUR ZERO and how I’ve prepared for it—body and mind. Enjoy! All my love, —C

On Romance

By Christian A. Brown | August 5, 2018 | 0

Hello my darlings, and welcome to the first episode of “CAB Lit”, where I’ll be chatting about aspects of the craft. Today I’ll be sharing my thoughts on romance—and some anecdotes on feminism and female heroes—and its place in epic fantasy, as well as reading one of my favourite exerpts from Feast of Fates. Thanks…

Remember Them

By Christian A. Brown | July 29, 2018 | 0

A well of anger and fear exists inside the hearts of many young men today, and we Torontonians were witness—and victim—to that deplorability this week with another mass and fatal act of domestic terrorism. Unlike the last killer, this one’s motives remain relatively clouded, and I won’t waste my time going over the particulars of…

ESO: Summerset Review

By Christian A. Brown | July 22, 2018 | 0

Beautiful, Almost Epic, Ultimately Forgettable Hello, and welcome to my review of ESO’s Summerset Chapter. Now Summerset was one of the worst kept secrets in the ESO fanverse: the datamine for assets, the new Psijic skill line and even the plot were all leaked months before an official reveal. Perhaps that’s why I was so…

The Consequences of Talking

By Christian A. Brown | July 15, 2018 | 0

Being in the public eye—to however large or small a degree—carries with it consequence. What you say has reach, and that reach can take you to exciting or terrible places. A renowned game writer was summarily fired this week for engaging in a Twitter spat with a fan. I understand her frustration, and even her…

Idle Hands

By Christian A. Brown | July 8, 2018 | 0

During my ‘downtime’ between novels, I usually recuperate my mental resources and focus on other activities for a while: exercise, meditation, reading, gaming (which I find relaxing—escapism into someone else’s world for a change!). I don’t brainstorm or begin new manuscripts, since I can only focus on one world at a time. Although, as I’ve…