[19:03] <+PaulLell> Hello! My name is Paul Lell and I am an author, game designer, fashion designer, husband and father.
[19:03] <+PaulLell> I live in the Denver area, and have done for most of my life, where I went to school for engineering and graphic design (and never finished either degree).
[19:03] <+PaulLell> now make a living working for ‘a little known but major telecom company’ and write and play games in my ‘spare time’.
[19:03] <+PaulLell> I own and operate a small publishing company, Kalijor Press, that I use to do business and house my various creative endeavors.
[19:04] <+PaulLell> I currently have 8 novels in the SolSpace/Kalijor universe available in eBook and dead tree formats, plus one novella and three stand-alone short stories, all from Kalijor Press.
[19:04] <+PaulLell> I also have numerous SolSpace/Kalijor short stories in anthologies from Dragon Roots publishing.
[19:04] <+PaulLell> I have half a dozen novels in various stages of production (and post-production) for release over the next couple of years, including a couple that are not in the SolSpace/Kalijor universe (something new for any fans out there).
[19:04] <+PaulLell> Also, my publishing company, Kalijor Press, will be picking up and publishing stories from a couple new authors here in the next 18-24 months as well.
[19:04] <+PaulLell> As for games, I have the Kalijor RPG, the Kalijor: Kids RPG (which is really more of an RPG for beginners of all ages), and the most recent RPG, ‘Falling Stars’, published by Lock ‘n Load Publishing.
[19:05] <+PaulLell> ‘Falling Stars’ is a collaborative effort between myself and Chris McCown, a fellow local designer, and is a much more tactically focused RPG than my others, but that’s what LnL asked us to build for them.
[19:05] <+PaulLell> I have multiple games in development as well, including two different and new RPG’s (one of which is just an engine waiting for a good setting), a couple card games, and a couple board games.
[19:05] <+PaulLell> I don’t know which, if any, will ever see the light of day, but several have seen some limited alpha testing and at least look/sound promising.
[19:05] <+PaulLell> Okay. I think that’s it!