Erin Klitzke is a self-confessed gamer chick, geek-girl, and writer living in Michigan. This site is a home for her musings, ramblings, and rantings unconfined to any specific topics. Her major interests include history, writing, Renaissance festivals, science fiction and fantasy, tabletop RPGs, and various console and computer RPGs. She lives in western Michigan, near the university where she earned her bachelor’s degrees.
She’s currently working on several major writing projects, having completed her master’s thesis on the uses of the Arthurian legend under Edward I-III of England back in 2011. These projects include a few projects left over from NaNoWriMos past, When All’s Said and Done and When the Gods Cry, Awakenings, The Last Colony and Ashes to Ashes. She’s also hard at work on the sequel to Epsilon: Broken Stars, Epsilon: Redeemer and the next several installments of the UNSETIC Files series, among other odds and ends.
She can be contacted via e-mail at doc (at) embklitzke (dot) com or at athensmcleod (at) hotmail (dot) com.
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Hey, found you through searching for someone when I ended up on retribution of Arathor’s old site. If you see this and have some time to respond, could you please drop me an e-mail at email@example.com ? I’ll go more into detail then.
So glad to have found your blog site. I had no idea it was available. Keep up the good work.
Hello! I just wanted to thank you for your review of my story, Guild Tales. It was quite positive, and pointed out some issues that I need to deal with. Thank you very much for that. I’m going to be going over the first tale with my proofreader in the next few weeks and rewriting it to improve it’s clarity and readability. The intent is to make it easier for the reader to follow. We may also be changing some things around to make the character’s ‘voices’ a bit more consistent, but I’m going to wait until I finish at least the third tale for that, to see if the character’s congeal a bit better for the readers as the story progresses.
Sorry if this message is a bit out of the blue, but I try to always thank anyone who gives me feedback in any form, positive of negative. I appreciate it!
Hi Erin, you’re a hard lady to track a contact for.
I just found your rating for Touchstone at Muses Success and wanted to thank you for reading. If you have any thoughts or comments that might give me a shove into finishing the final edits, they’d be much appreciated.
*laughs* Sorry! Maybe I should add my email address in more spots.
I loved Touchstone–read through it up to chapter 24 in a sitting and a half (1889.ca went down when I was trying to read “Horses” and I had to keep trying to get back to it) and then finished it off after it finished updating.