Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Web Fiction Guide listing for Black Hat Magick

Black Hat Magick has gotten a listing and a review on Web Fiction Guide! This website is the premier website for all online fiction and the webserial community.

Plus, Chris, the main administrator of the page has given me a fairly good review--although he does have a solid criticism of my writing style. Perhaps I should work on the overall wordiness; a flaw reflected in that I started writing this one for geeks.

Visit the listing, and, if thou may be wont to do so, please leave me a review.

Link, via Web Fiction Guide.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Black Hat Magick: Chapter 2 – Barbarians

Just got to the point where chapter 2 is now fully published: chapter 2 part i and part ii.

I am still fighting with the Wordpress Hemingway theme. I’ve enlarged the font on text posts and made it a little bit lighter to assist readers. But, does anyone know about a plugin that permits me to put in some sort of a CSS modification widget that will allow people to increase/decrease font size overall?

I suppose I could write one myself.

We’ll see.

Friday, June 12, 2009

“Dread Vote” the first novel of Black Hat Magick by Kyt Dotson

Has just finished it’s first week, and thus it’s first chapter!

The first chapter is up, I will be delivering the story weekly; split up into two parts per chapter Monday, Thursday.

For those who missed it, there’s also my miniseries comic Do AIs Dream that is now complete (for now.) I am looking for feedback, so if you visit, please be sure to drop a line on any chapter. Once I’ve gotten chapter two in place I will be submitting to the Web Fiction guide!

Buckle up everyone, Dread Vote should prove to be one wild ride.

Thursday, June 04, 2009

Do AIs Dream: 5 – HELO

Wednesday, and the week that Black Hat Magick will officially release coming up soon, and we’re already on the sixth strip of Do AIs Dream. Go read Do AIs Dream: #3 – Texture and #4 – HELO.

As anyone who has played with Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) will remember that HELO is one of the response codes for talking to the server. I used it as the title of that particular strip because this is the point in the miniseries that Elaine starts talking to newborn Hadaly.

The last strip comes out tomorrow.

Next week, the story begins.