Ever Want to Meet an Alien?
I hope so, 'cause that's what my latest game's about. TERMINATION SHOCKflings unprepared humans head-first into contact with unprepared aliens. It's fast-playing and rules-light, but constructed to give real... Read more
Another Stolze Project...
Hey there, SINNER backers. This is just a quick update to let you know about another project I've got in the works for the next ten days or so.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/halmangold/greg-stolzes-reign-second-edition... Read more
New Short Fiction From Greg Stolze
Hey there, supervillain fans. If you enjoyed SINNER, then demographics suggest you're also likely to enjoy another story I've written. It's not a novel about great powers, but it... Read more
It's All About YOU
Let's do this the easy way. I could tell you how great my new novel YOUis and make hyperbolic promises. Or I could just post up this link for... Read more
THANK YOU FOR SCREAMING
Hello, lovers of sarcastic SF, swears, and nihilism. I've got another book ready to sell, and the Kickstarter for it only has eight days left.
It's called Thank You For... Read more
More Crime! More Snark! More Stolze!
It is my sincere hope that you're familiar with my online library of stories, free for all because they've been paid for by crowdfunding. Right now, I'm drumming up cash... Read more
The Next Convoluted Scheme
Did you like SINNER? Did you enjoy the story of someone confused about his past, unsure about his friends, ensnared by the manipulative wiles of ruthless enemies?
Or did... Read more
If you enjoyed the way I had morally complicated (or straight-up morally bankrupt) superhumans facing the end of the world in SINNER, you might also enjoy A Softer Apocalypse... Read more
Another Lil' Piece of Fiction...
Hey backers: I've got a much simpler, quicker, smaller project up on KS right now, and it's called The Grey People.
It's a short story, and the way... Read more
This morning I put the next-to-last copy of SINNER in the mail. That last one is waiting only on an address. So if you replied to the questionnaire, your materials... Read more
BEHOLD! FORT SINNERDNEUF!
So I'm signin' and a packin' and a drivin' to the post office. First dozen or so are off!
In other news, I'm guardedly optimistic that I have the back... Read more
Rubber, Meet Road
According to the attached screencap from the FedEx package tracking site, the SINNER print copies -- all ten spine-straining, hernia-threatening boxes -- should arrive at my humble abode TOMORROW, so... Read more
Some Bad News.
It's not terrible news, but I there's been a little hitch with the print books.
I checked the interiors very carefully to make sure that the text edits came through... Read more
Final Proofs - Ordered!
Okay, in a previous update I said I needed the cover files, and then I'd get proofs made of the hard- and softcover books, and when those were OK I'd... Read more
(Pumps Fist, Executes Classic 'Kermit Arms')
...and now to work. Here's what happens next, in no particular order.
1) I get your email addresses off the backer report and send out the ebooks. Oh look,... Read more
Now that THAT formality is dealt with, I can proceed to the next, which is...
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
Deep down, I was pretty confident this would... Read more
THE END TIMES
As I type this, there are four days left, but that precious time is dripping away... why, by the time I reach the end of this paragraph, it will be... Read more
The cover layout has come back! This isn't FINAL final, but it's close. Feast your eyes!
More Teasers! MORE!
Here are examples of some of the newsclippings included in SINNER. Formatting these for ePub has been a bit of a pain, but I'm happy with how they turned... Read more
...in which I divide your attention.
As I understand marketing orthodoxy, I really ought to hog your attention all to myself, but my instinct is that the guy with the "Avengers" poster up in his office... Read more
Hey, who wants to read part of the first chapter?
Chapter One: I Hate Waiting in Line
I’d just pushed my way through the revolving door when I heard a... Read more
Nota bene: The hardbacks are signed, just like the softcovers. Also, here's what the patches look like.