Monthly Archives: December 2014

2014 Wrap-Up

ShareTweet I’m writing this following four Christmas gatherings, one New Year’s party, two days of driving, two days of work and at the day job. I’ve managed to write a 2,000 word playtest plot summary, 7,000 words of ideas and … Continue reading

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There and Back Again III: Die Harder

ShareTweet “Custody Battle,” my contribution to the Fallen World Anthology that will be released in 2015, was posted in its entirety in the developer blog on Sunday. You can read it for free here (link is at the bottom of … Continue reading

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Where Do Unicorns Go?

ShareTweet We completed the last of the very early Mage 2nd Ed. playtests over the weekend. Although I can share much more beyond that, I will admit that with a character named Icarus in the little cabal I really should … Continue reading

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If I Told You I’d Have to Kill You Before You Could Tweet It

ShareTweet I finished Odalisque this past week – the third or first book of Neal Stephenson’s The Baroque Cycle, depending on who’s splitting the series into pieces. As with the other two, it was an enjoyable romp through a distant … Continue reading

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Of Music and Fatherhood

ShareTweet I’m home with William today, who has pinkeye, which is the most contagious of all illnesses that don’t actually slow a toddler down one iota, so while we’re mostly just chilling he’s still very much acting like himself.  It’s … Continue reading

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