The Wives of March is in its third draft. I'm going to give it one more pass and then I'll send our final scenario to Ean for layout and art. I still owe some of our backers a short story as well, which I'll get recorded just as soon as I can. Time on the recording equipment has been at a premium lately.
That's because the RPPR crew and I are headed to GenCon 2013! When I get back, I plan to have lots of pictures, recorded interviews, and stories to talk about over at Hebanon Games. In a week or so, I'll be doing a postmortem on the No Security Kickstater so everyone can see just where their money went to. I'll also be announcing a bunch of new projects for Hebanon Games and providing an update on my writing life. I really want to spill the beans now, but I've already been surprised by one big freelancing job in the past few weeks. I'm hoping to drum up more work for my fledgling little studio at the convention, so we'll see what other good news I can find before the infodump. As a preview, after the GenCon I'll have blog posts about...
- A book I'll be writing for a GREAT RPG studio
- An exciting new direction for the No Security scenarios
- Plans for the next Hebanon Games Kickstarter (it's quite a ways off, but we know what direction we're heading)
- A new podcast I'm doing with Ross Payton over at RPPR
- Fresh content for the Raillery video game site
All that and we don't even know what will shake out in Indianapolis yet! It's exciting times and I've got high hopes for the future. I just wanted to take another opportunity to thank each and every one of your for helping make this possible.
If you're headed to GenCon, get ahold of me through Twitter @HebanonGCal so I can try to come say thanks in person. And more importantly, TELL ALL YOUR NEW GAMING FRIENDS TO GO TO DTRPG AND DOWNLOAD ALL OUR GAMES!
Have a good week!