Uncaged Anthology Volume Three Is Out!

Just in time for Halloween, Uncaged Anthology Volume Three is ready to bring some spoopy D&D adventures to your table. Like the previous two volumes, Volume Three is packed with exciting new takes on some classic and favourite D&D monsters, ready to grace your game night or con slot. Spearheaded by the amazing Ashley Warren and featuring cover art by Samantha Darcy, this beautiful new volume deserves a spot on your shelf. Maybe face out, so the cover can stare into your soul…

I’ve said it before but I never get tired of repeating it: the Uncaged Anthology series has been an unalloyed joy to work on. The writers and editors I have worked with have been a delight throughout the process. If you ever get a chance to work on a project with Ashley, count yourself a lucky person. The whole Uncaged Anthology project is an immense undertaking, and she has managed it with grace and skill. I am proud to be a small part of this project, and work with and for such stellar individuals.

So Volume Three is on-sale today, in both print and .pdf version. And of course you can also grab Volume One and Volume Two, also in print and .pdf, if you haven’t already done so. The team is hard at work getting Volume Four finished to round out the year, so keep your eyes pealed for that end-of-year treat. And don’t think Uncaged is just going away; there’s another project in the works for 2020 that is simply divine…

And if you are in need of an editor for your TTRPG or SF fiction project, please check out my rate page. I am currently raising funds for Extra Life, and until the end of November you can get twenty pages of editing for a $50 donation to Extra Life. A steal of a deal and it helps sick kids, so what’s not to love? Check out the details on my rate page.

Uncaged Volume One: Updates

I was just going to add this to my previous post regarding Uncaged Volume One, but there was just too much!

The hardcover version is now available through Drivethru’s print-on-demand. And there is a special bundle price if you want the PDF and print copies together. Which is what I did; the PDF is easier to use at the table, and the print copy is easier for me to pick up and read through. Plus it’s way easier to get the print copy signed at cons. Sharpie is just so hard on my laptop’s screen.

Also, a huge thank-you to everyone who purchased a copy so far. Thanks to you, Uncaged Volume One is currently a Platinum Best-seller on DM’s Guild, and steadily working its way to Mithril. That’s all down to the support you have shown this amazing project. If you have purchased Uncaged, please also leave a review on the product page, as active reviews help keep it in everyone’s eye. It’s not a surprise to me, having read through it, that Uncaged is enjoying an average of five stars.

If you have a moment, stop by and tell Ashley Warren how much you appreciate the work she has done in pulling these anthologies together. And if you are so inclined to thank her in a more tangible manner, you can check out her website for other things she has worked on, and purchase whatever strikes your fancy.

As well, Uncaged is partnering with Non-Toxic Gaming to host a charity stream benefiting RAINN. The community around the Uncaged Anthologies is so wonderful, it’s probably one of the best parts of being part of this project, to be honest. Details at the link, but keep your day free and your wallet full for that.

What else? Uncaged Volume Two is on track for its April release, so get ready for more adventure goodness. And if you’re going to Gen Con, keep your eye out for an Uncaged panel on the schedule; no details yet but it will be a good time and I plan to be in the front row with all the enthusiasm of a winning sports team’s biggest fan! I’ll leave the airhorn at home, however.