“Jesus said to him, ‘Because you have seen Me, have you believed? Blessed are they who did not see, and yet believed.’”- John 20:29 From Rise of the Primarch, Games Workshop, 2017: “‘We failed father,’ said Guilliman, his words tired and leaden with sorrow. ‘You failed your sons, and we, in our turn, failed you. … Continue reading Faith and the Primarch
Author: Aidan Russell
The Books Are Back!
Hello everyone, I hope you're all looking forward to rolling into this last day of the week and this great summer weekend. The temperature here in Las Vegas is just hot enough that I plan to spend the entire weekend cooped up inside. I have to catch up on all my reading now while The … Continue reading The Books Are Back!
13Thirty Books Has Closed Its Doors.
Hello everyone, My publisher, 13Thirty Books, has recently closed its doors. As such, my books are currently not available for purchase, but I am working diligently to get them back up ASAP. If you originally purchased an eBook from a platform other than Kindle, your eBooks should still be readable. If the DRM that was … Continue reading 13Thirty Books Has Closed Its Doors.
70,000 More Tons
Hi everyone! Big news abounds. First off, Road of the Lost has now been out for a month and people are finishing it up and the reviews are starting to come in. If you've finished the book, please head over to Amazon, Goodreads, iBooks, or wherever else you made your purchase and leave a review to … Continue reading 70,000 More Tons
The Day Draws Near.
If you haven't noticed, it's 2018. Wake up! It's okay if you didn't notice. Life comes fast, and since I've gotten back to reality after that brief jaunt to Afghanistan, I don't think I've come below the sound barrier. Things are always happening. I still have to get the Christmas tree out of the house. … Continue reading The Day Draws Near.
Sweet Home Las Vegas
It's an odd feeling having to call home from Afghanistan to make sure everyone is ok. It's been a month and a half since the deadliest shooting in U.S. history occurred in my city while I was safe-and-sound in Kabul. There are great debates about what does and does not meet the definition of irony. … Continue reading Sweet Home Las Vegas
A Guest Post on Worldbuilding and Pre-Orders
Hello everyone! I'll be back in the States soon, but just wanted to give a quick update on some things. First off, pre-orders are currently available for the first book in my epic fantasy series, Road of the Lost. The pre-orders are available at Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, OverDrive, and pretty much anywhere for … Continue reading A Guest Post on Worldbuilding and Pre-Orders
Hang on! Let me Finnish! (and other bad puns)
Last year, I was introduced to a lot of Finnish creative works, and I've been burying myself in more and more great Finnish work ever since. And by great Finnish work, I mostly mean Melodic Death Metal. But with how impressed I was by Hannu Rajaniemi's Jean LeFlambeur series, I will be checking out more Finnish literature. … Continue reading Hang on! Let me Finnish! (and other bad puns)
Where have I been?
Hello there! I hope your summer has been well. I hear it's hot out there. Be sure to drink water and change your socks. So, you’ve probably been asking yourself, “What’s Aidan been up to these days? He hasn’t had a blog post in a while.” Well, like everyone, I’ve been busy as can be. … Continue reading Where have I been?
70,000 Tons of Metal recap
Ok folks, I know it's been a while since I've posted. A lot has happened in the writing world in the past few months and I promise to give everyone updates on the new releases and upcoming projects later this week. But first, as many of you know, a big love of mine outside of … Continue reading 70,000 Tons of Metal recap