Given its prominence in wargaming, it’s a little surprising that it’s taken as long as it has to bring an official 198X World War III DLC to Command. But now it’s here. The Red Tide battleset is out.
From now until Friday the 15, the ebook version of The Sure Bet King is free to get and keep. Enjoy!
I have a new article on Sea Lion Press where I talk about the infamous internet theorist Mike Sparks.
While I’ve reviewed it on my own blog, I felt I should give an updated review of Harry Turtledove’s Guns of the South on Sea Lion Press. So I did.
While I reviewed Mike Lunnon-Wood’s Long Reach a long time ago on this blog, I decided to do a much more recent review of it for Sea Lion Press. Finding out how small its niche really is makes me appreciate its strengths a lot more.
I’m delighted to say that The Sure Bet King’s ebook version is now out! Enjoy!
I got back into making Command: Modern Operations content with another draft scenario that I’ve called Sneaky Sneaky. It’s in an alternate historical setting where a “Walkerist” rogue state survived in Central America. Now they have to try and slip a few improvised mini-subs past the Royal Navy to Belize. Much inspirational thanks goes to the Covert Shores website for its great work on analyzing such submarines.
The scenario can be tried out here.
It was six years ago this day that I started the process to make the Creative Corner. Three years ago I started Fuldapocalypse. Blogging has been very, very good.
I’m delighted to say that the initial rough draft of The Sure Bet King is complete. There’s still much work ahead, but now I can enjoy a break where I get back to reading books instead of writing them.