It’s been a slowish week here, I know, but I’ve got lots of pots on the stove, and a few of them have almost reached a simmer.
Literally all that is keeping me from starting to fulfill the pre-orders for Cirsova #1 is waiting for Kickstarter to process the money.
Hugo Dramatic Short Form Recommendations is something I might do.
I have something about a great series from the New Wave era I’ve been reading, but I have a few questions for the author I’d like answered before posting.
I need to give some shout outs next week, particular to Schuyler Hernstrom, who has a new collection out.
I got to try out a DM-less player generated version of D&D that was pretty awesome, but it’s not quite mine to talk about; I’ll see if my DM would like to give some particulars on it, maybe as a guest post.
I’ve been meaning to talk Castles of Mad King Ludwig for ages.
I finished Ocarina of Time. The TL;DR of the post I’ll eventually write about it: it was terrible.
Lesser Gnome sent me a digital review copy of Death & Taxes that I can’t wait to take a look at. Hopefully I’ll get to experience this as a player if it’s something that my DM can work into his game. I may or may not have a chance to run it myself with all I have going on, but man, I want those minis, so I’ll probably end up buying it.
Finally, I’ve got a little over 5000 words on Magelords; first draft feels about 1/3 of the way in. That’s not the best thing, maybe, since that means it’ll be in novella territory. Even if I finish it in time for issue 2, I’ll probably hold onto it until spring so it doesn’t crowd out any shorter pieces. Once it’s done, I’ll look at writing a conclusion piece, maybe also an intro, and publish the whole thing as a “fix-up”.