Border, KS

Isn't Kansas a little northern for Southern Gothic? (Updates Tuesday and Thursday)

Category: Blog

All Shades of Night Preview

Tomorrow (8/9/16), the Border opens again. Our heroes are not unchanged from their previous encounters, nor is the Border static. New challenges rise, as do new threats to the world they have known and made. New characters await. Ashland, a woman from Walter’s past who returns in unexpected ways. Walter’s sister, and more of Morgan’s […]

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The Border Re-Opens With:

A door long closed. A doctor’s past. The twins future. The next installment in the Border, KS series is: O, Death. A short story/novella starring, primarily, Antigone and Siobhan. Tonight we will see what happens when the twins are given unfettered access to a hospital, and a part of the past of Border, KS. Part […]

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Omake: Morgan and Tania, and the Plot

As a reminder, Border is on hiatus until February 2nd while I prepare Book 2 and the possibility of a short story. All posts this month will be on things related to Border, but not actual plot updates–these posts will be about background and behind the scenes things. They are labelled as Omake, which is […]

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Omake: Why Border, and What Changed?

As a reminder, Border is on hiatus until February 2nd while I prepare Book 2 and the possibility of a short story. All posts this month will be on things related to Border, but not actual plot updates–these posts will be about background and behind the scenes things. They are labelled as Omake, which is […]

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Anniversary

Today isn’t a story day in Border, KS. This is prime blog material right here, something I’ve never done in lieu of story. But there is a good reason why: As of today, I have been doing Border, KS for one year. The first segment launched on July 1, 2o14–which means in just over an […]

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Blog: Theme Music

The door to the Border opens next Tuesday. Such things are normally accompanied by music, and the edge of eternity does not wish you to go without. Consider this to be thematically relevant, citizen.  

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