It’s been a while since the last update. I was caught up with finishing college, graduating, and moving over 1000 miles north of where I’ve been living the last five years. It’s been about a month since I arrived, and I’m finally settling into living in Seattle!
I’m currently looking around for employment, so if you happen to like what I’ve posted and are reading this and think you can use me, let me know! I’d love to work on a RPG, either tabletop or computer. I also make a mean assistant producer for video/computer games, if that strikes your fancy. Hell, I’d even enjoy just working at a (tabletop) game store. And even if you need someone to collaborate on a project with you for little or no money, hit me up anyway. I’d love to work with some more people and meet other designers/artists/writers/creators/batpeeps.
I’ve also got some plans in the works for this here blog. I actually figured out a solid schedule of updates last month, and now that the dust has finally settled I’m going to give it a shot. The overall plan is to end up hitting 5-6 updates a week. A major one on Monday, and Wednesday through Friday, with one or two smaller updates on Tuesdays. Running the World-machine will make a triumphant return, and I’m also going to be giving more frequent updates on Nautilus, more flash fiction and other stories, and reviews of tabletop games (mostly RPGs) new and old. It should be a grand old time.
However, I know the schedule here has been a little shaky, and I don’t want to go off half-cocked. So there’s going to be a slow roll-out of this schedule. It all starts next week, but I’m only going to guarantee one post next week. The week after that two posts, then three, and so on until after a little over a month we’ve ramped up to an update every day. This will give me a chance to get used to the rhythm of posting every day, and possibly to build up a bit of a backlog for some of the more complicated features (like game reviews).
I’ll post up a schedule with more specifics in the next few weeks. But keep an eye on this space! There will be new and exciting things soon, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy them.