When I do a project (in this close putting new flooring in a room) I want perfection, or damn close to it. I'm still quite annoyed that one box of flooring was too damaged for use (it will probably work fine in the second room, in the space where I am building the closet). The thing is, I still found a few imperfections... peaking in two spots (one which will be under the bed) and some slightly chipped laminate where i had to work too close to a wall - they will be covered by an armoire and a bookshelf, but still, I know they are there.
I suspect the same happens in publishing, especially when you serve as your own proofreader. I know it happens with my blogging - and I correct it as I see it. Thankfully, online posts and PDFs can be corrected and update. Print copies can only be corrected by a new printing (an errata sheet doesn't really corrects the mistakes).
Tomorrow I do the finishing touches (reattach moldings, stain some other pieces, touch up paint where needed) and then prep the other room for its new flooring. That also means I can put more time into reading an reviewing. I really want to talk more about Adventurer Conqueror King. I'm really digging it.
Eight Appendix N Free Public Domain Authors & Some Thoughts on Expert Dungeons & Dragons Adventures - Here is a quick updated Appendix N style list perfect for a Sword & Sorcery style OSR or old school campaign. These would be perfect for setting up a Dunge...
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