The graph is moving, officially. The outline is unvetted but finished. And the new tactic of working in the morning and over lunch with a Kindle and a Bluetooth keyboard (forming a tiny, jerry-rigged laptop of sorts) seems to work pretty well.
This week’s posting will be thrown out of whack yet again, because 50% of everyone I’ve ever met and I will be at Origins Game Fair this weekend. Not exhibiting/crafting this time, just lurking around being lurky. Unfortunately, I am not the most skilled gamer. I’ve played perhaps twelve total sessions of Dresden Files, D&D, Fate Core, and Dread over the last five years. For a lot of people at this shindig, that’s a month’s worth of gaming. So I will not be playing much.
You know what that means? Hunkering down with coffee and the mini-laptop, that’s what. Convention center food court, here I come.
When we return, I hope to a) keep going with The Healertown Passage (the name is still sticking, so far) and b) leap into the copy of Campaign Cartographer 3 I received as a gift this past weekend, because maaaaaaaaaps! I tell myself I’ll start slow/small and work my way up to mapping the major cities/countries from my books. But I’ll probably launch right into the deep end. Still, who doesn’t love fantasy maps?
* The title is semi-facetious. They seem to be TERRIBLY IMPORTANT, but I can’t seem to nail down a definition other than “a thing that happens.” OK then.