I’m back! We had an amazing, wonderful wedding. It was easily the best one I’ve ever been to! And I’m not biased at all….
I’ve got about 10 or so posts queued up, 2-3 more games coming down the pipe, and some supplements for Numenera and Dungeon World on the way.
Also, I’m slowly working on my first short story, inspired by my cat (hopefully that will be better than it sounds, because that…
I also hate when I’ll tell men that I can’t trust men
and they’ll react in some way like “damn girl who hurt you”
as if my reactions, my hypervigilance, my mistrust came from just one man’s actions
and not the sum of all of the actions
how men act in groups
how men behave everyday
I like this. Trust MUST be earned. It is not given away. Until someone proves that they are worthy of your trust, then you don’t owe them anything!
When I started writing in this blog, my goal was to write 2-3 posts a week, minimum of 1000 words. What I’ve got right now is 2-3 posts a month, with 500-700 words each. Ugh.
Not happy about that, BUT on the other hand I did publish my Third Game, contributed to some cool websites, and have been writing a lot of material that won’t ever show up on the blog (my contributions to the Numenera…
I’m currently re-designing and re-structuring the site. Partly to show off my best work, and partly because I like changing things and get bored easily. One of the bigger changes is that the Micro-RPG review list is now front and center, with a shortcut button to boot!
I will be expanding and organizing my reviews, hopefully with more structure and content! So many exciting plans…AFTER the…
Note: I was contacted by Andres Salazar, the creator of Pariah Missouri, and was freely given a copy of Book 1 to review, and the preview of Book 2. Just so ya know!
Pariah Missouri is a graphic novel series written and created by the Decade Brothers: Andres Salazar and Jonny Hill. Book One is available for purchase and Book Two is currently being kickstarted. Why am I talking about this? Because…
I am fascinated by cards, as I’ve mentioned before. Since I’ve been busy with wedding planning, I don’t have the time I’d like to do some writing, so instead I’ve just been doing a lot of reading and a lot of playing!
As I also mentioned before, I’ve started playing Storium, a heavy narrative play by post game that uses cards to guide players and resolve challenges. The cards are entirely…
One of my articles was accepted for Gamer-XP, the new up and coming rpg blogs! I’m super excited about it, and am looking forward to expanding my reach around the internet.
Read it here, and check out their other stuff while you’re there!