I think I have to repeat this here. Caleb's efforts almost mirror mine in approach it has been great to see it succeed so well.
While the project has successfully reach its target, I still recommend you donate over at - http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...great-depressi
Originally Posted by binderoftheunboundbook
I see there is only a couple of days left on this.
From a personal point of view I think Caleb is doing exactly the type of thing that I
I delayed this week's entry until I had a little something to show you all (that is if anyone actually reads the cr@p I write!), and I really think it was worth it.
First were the comments a friend gave me on the adventure concept and structure so far, and I was pleasantly surprised by how many positives came from it. Things that made me really happy were comments like - On the Route to Madness system I've proposed - "simply love the concept, look forward to seeing the characters
Updated 10th June 2012 at 08:03 AM by binderoftheunboundbook
So week three of this blogging on Alternating Currents - my Gaslight mini-campaign for 4 players. Progress was a bit stop-start last week, mainly due to obilgations with work and other hobbies (on top of everything else I also coach my sons' Rugby League team which is a prefect example of trying to herd cat, or in this case 4, 5 and six year olds :P). While I'm not setting myself target numbers on this project - in regards to words written or sections completed - I still feel as if I didn't get
So I'm over a week into Alternating Currents and despite only adding 2000-odd words to the text since my last post, I still feel pretty good about this project (these are the hard yards BTW, the details of what happens when and what the impact and responses are to investigators actions).
However, while the project continues at a decent pace (I have a day job obviously, and the last weekend saw me away on family matters), one thing that really struck me is the fact I really am working
As anyone who follows my writing (and I don't think that is many of you), you'd know that I work in spits and spurts; basically when an idea hits me I'll work on it until i run out of steam, at which point I move on to something else. Often I come back to a project 18 months or 2 years later, add a bit more and then leave off again until I'm once more struck with interest. In a practical sense this means I have a dozen or so projects 'on the go' at any one time, and probably 2 or 3 I'm actively