Holy cats! There’s all sorts of things I need to update you about. I should warn you– they’re mostly about me so if that doesn’t interest you than…well… you’re kind of at the wrong place.
Here’s an interview I did with The Married Gamers.
And there’s this book review from 2 GMs, 1 Mic. I totally agree with this statement:
Sometimes it does seem that her writing rambles along or goes too long to make a point. I did find myself lost a couple of times in the middle of a three sentence paragraph because the topic had shifted drastically and I was lost.
Yes, dear reader, I feel your pain. It feels that way to me too sometimes. It’s also very common in face to face conversations. Now let’s take a moment and pour one out for my poor editors and copy editors.
Judy really wants me to share this review from Roleplayers Chronicle with you because she gets a pretty good review too. She’s often woefully misunderstood and blames me for that. Tell me, if someone says a whole bunch of stuff and someone else goes and writes that stuff down, and the person who said all that stuff kind of comes across as overbearing, meddlesome, and pushy, who’s fault is it? The sayer or the writer?
And you probably already heard the news about D&D, right? If not, here’s a couple of articles to get you caught up:
Are you guys excited about this? Do you care? Do you need to talk? I’m here for you. Personally I’m very excited. Wizards has never involved the community to such an extent and I can’t wait to see how that shapes the future of D&D.
Someone on Facebook just pointed out that whenever I publish a new book, a new edition is announced. Hmm… We’re two for two. I might have to publish another book just to see what happens.