I launched a Kickstarter for my Campaign Setting ‘The City of Salt in Wounds’ last week. It’s currently 460% percent funded (ie, it’s raised over $23000 dollars) and in the words of one blogger is ‘Smashing through Stretch Goals like a Tarrasque smashes through a first level party.’ Holy crap, this is awesome.
Some stuff related to the Kickstarter that I haven’t posted here:
Salt in Wounds Actual Play on GMs Showcase Podcast
Salt in Wounds Kickstarter Interview on RPG Academy
Salt in Wounds Kickstarter Interview on Legends of Tabletop (Coming Soon)
Salt in Wounds Kickstarter Interview on DM-Nastics (Coming Soon)
Guest Post on World Builder Blog (Coming Soon)
In preparation for the upcoming release of We Were Heroes (which features my short story ‘Dr. Genocide and the Five Stages of Grief’) I was interview by editor Martin T. Ingham.
You can read the interview here.
For the past month, as a practice, I’ve been posting more pictures of myself on my various social networks. Many aren’t technically selfies as I’ve enjoyed the assistance of my awesome photographer wife. But even so, the spirit of the selfie remains: I’m taking a moment to celebrate + share my look, or my happiness, or what I’m up to. And while it’s not ultimately why I do it, I’ve enjoyed the likes/compliments of friends and acquaintances and occasionally strangers. However, I’ve been Continue reading
This post originally appeared on my Game Setting Patreon Campaign.
In this post, I wanted to talk about what I mean when I refer to Salt in Wounds as a ‘living’ setting and how pursuing the project plays into my professional development. Continue reading
Earlier this year, my daughter turned 1.
A while back, I tried to write a summation post about fatherhood and what it meant to me, but that was seven months ago; half her lifetime ago. So what’s changed? How have I learned and grown and how has his understanding between us shifted?
For starters, she’s mobile now. And vocal. She tromps around our apartment spouting Continue reading