Welcome to CJMoseley.com

Posted on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 at 01:53
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Welcome to my site

I’m CJ Moseley an independant author of science-fiction, fantasy and horror stories and books such as the Paradox War trilogy. So far they have been well received and people seem to be enjoying Desi, Garner and Teucoi’s story.

If you like an indie book review it, it helps us indies get our work recognised in a growing world market. You can find all my books on Lulu and Amazon, and review them there or on Goodreads.

This site is my place to collect my thoughts from across the vastness of cyberspace and pass comment on those things I find important. You will find all manner of goodies and nuggets hiding here. A fair amount of my content here consists of reblogs and links to cool things I’ve found, but I’ll always try to add my own blend of science-fiction, fantasy, horror or cynicism (sarcasm included free!) to anything I’ve found. You can also find short stories and some other interesting posts, with more irregular features (such as Science in Science-Fiction and World-building) than you can shake a stick at.

You’ll find navigation in the top-left tab, and some interesting stuff down the sides (at the bottom on mobiles). At the moment I’m still adding pages and posts to the T13 RPG, but you can get an overview of the game as I’m posting and offer feedback in a D&D Next kind of way. Complex characterizations, easy playing rules and an emphasis on story-telling and roleplaying, what roleplayer could want more?

In the meantime enjoy the site.  Why not drop me a comment somewhere and say ‘Hi,’ and tell me what you think about the posts, the site or my books, otherwise this is just me stood in a dark corner of the Internet yelling at the walls, or share a comment on twitter with a link to my story and my highly trained Cyberpixies and Demons will track you down… just try and see…

I even welcome you spambots with your wildly inappropriate comments— cuz you so funny you crazy spambots. Although now you’ll have to defeat an anti-spam filter…

My Monograph as a leaping cat


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