We’ve Grown

Sunday , 15, January 2017 3 Comments

You may have noticed some new bloggers debuting here in the past couple of weeks… and there are so many getting on board, you may have missed one!

Here they are:

Jon and Nathan you’ll recognize from the excellent Puppy of the Month Book Club. Scott came into the ranks via Wargame Wednesday last year, did some  interviews for us… and has now moved up to being a regular columnist. Brian did some excellent guest posts on his Oriental Adventures campaign last year and is covering role-playing games for us now. H. P. does a prodigious amount of book blogging at Every Day Should be Tuesday and has graciously given us first dibs on his fantastic Throwback Thursday series. Rawle Nyanzi has been published in Sci Phi Journal, but his first big splash was kicking off an Appendix N series of his own. Kevyn blogs about vintage science fiction and more over at Actually…. And Nick Cole. If you don’t know who Nick Cole is, you need to go get a copy of Ctrl Alt Revolt! right now. It’s awesome!

This is a very big deal that takes this blog to the next level practically overnight. If you like what you see here, please take a moment to comment on these guys’ posts and link to them on social media. Because these are the people that are making it happen.

3 Comments
  • Rawle Nyanzi says:

    Thanks for the shout-out, Jeffro.

  • PCBushi says:

    A lot of good writers/bloggers on the scene these days.

  • SirHamster says:

    Exciting to see more bloggers and more blogposts. I’m going to have to start reading this daily like VP.

    Minor feedback for this website’s homepage and layout: The homepage http://www.castaliahouse.com points to a static About Page, and this blog gets a small link halfway down that blurb and in the far right of the top menu.

    I think the dynamic content from bloggers/authors has higher value and draw to visitors than the About Page or even the store.

    I think this blog or some highlighted blogposts deserve a prominent spot on the homepage. The homepage shows a Recent Posts section on the right, but it isn’t even visible until you scroll down.

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