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Thursday, July 22, 2010

KGS has moved!

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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Lone Wolf Wins the RPC 1st Place Award for Best Fantasy Book of the Year!

Joe Dever asked us to pass on his sincere thanks to all of the fans
and fan-volunteers at Project Aon. Your support for the nomination
really helped it to secure 1st place in this year's German RPC Awards.
You can see a photograph of the trophy on the front page.

We are all proud to be a part of this series that continues to garner
the awards it deserves.

For Sommerlund and the Kai!

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Lone Wolf is up for an award and you can help it win!

The first German language edition of Lone Wolf 1 (i.e. the extended version) has been nominated for the German RPC Fantasy Award, the German equivalent of an Origins Award.

The award is determined by us, the fans. We can vote for the German edition of Lone Wolf 1, titled Einsamer Wolf 1—Flucht aus dem Dunkel.

The winner and runners-up will be announced at the Role-playing Convention in Cologne on Sunday, April 18th. Joe Dever will be attending the show as a guest of Manticor Books, the German publisher of the Lone Wolf collector editions, so let's help Lone Wolf/Einsamer Wolf receive this award!

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Annual Report 2009

In line with the previous two years, we at Project Aon have compiled an annual report, a brief retrospective of the work undertaken in the calendar year 2009. We also lay out a tentative roadmap for what we hope to achieve in 2010.

The file can be downloaded here.

Let's hope that 2010 will be as productive as 2009 proved to be.

For Sommerlund and the Kai!

Monday, November 9, 2009

Scifi-Universe Interview with Joe

Scifi-Universe did a 25 minute, bilingual interview with Joe Dever.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Mydnight's Hero Published

The King of Siyen has been assassinated. Prince Karvas is the sole heir of this rich and powerful realm but he lives in exile in distant Sheasu—the Isle of Lost Heroes. In his absence, evil Baron Sadanzo and his army of robber-knights have staked their claim to the vacant throne.

In Mydnight's Hero, your quest is to voyage to Sheasu and track down Prince Karvas in the fabled city of Mydnight. Once found you must persuade him to return with you to Siyen without delay. You have only 50 days in which to complete this challenging quest or Siyen will be enslaved by the tyrannical Sadanzo and his brutal followers.

We hope you enjoy our latest completed book. Only five more Lone Wolf books left!

For Sommerlund and the Kai!

Jonathan Blake
Project Aon

Monday, October 12, 2009

Le Grimoire interview of Joe Dever

Here's a Le Grimoire interview of Joe Dever, though it's only one part of three. I can't seem to locate the other parts. A little help?

My appetite for 29–32 is definitely whetted!

Update: Original video disappeared. Fixed.

Update 2: The entire interview has now been posted in four parts: part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4.

Update 3: Please note the credits for this video:

Production: Tupac Portugal
Presenters/Translators: Paul Gresty and Sophie Ehrsam
© Le Grimoire 2009.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Call of Nature

We get the text of the Lone Wolf books by scanning them and running the images through OCR software that converts the images to text files. The software isn't perfect. Part of the reason it takes us so blasted long to publish the books is the effort required to pick up after the OCR program.

Sometimes these scanning errors are amusing. This time, LeRoy McSwain caught one that makes perfect sense, and we wanted to share this with you. Can you spot what's wrong?

You spur your horse to the gallop and steer him towards the palisade. The guards see you bearing down and one of them panics and pees.(Mydnight's Hero, Section 189)

We toyed briefly with the idea of pretending we never found it and leaving it in the book, but good sense (regrettably) prevailed.