So, one dose of antibiotics left for tonight and I'll have finished my 10 days of Ceftin. Not sure what was worse, the upper respiratory infection or the lethargy that went along with the meds. I really feel a need to pick myself back up and return to writing.
Successfully completed Jury Duty last week. I'm glad I didn't have to return today.
I highlighted the The Exfiltrators Kickstarter this past Saturday. Its an OSR adventure module by Lance Hawvermale. Well, I was lucky enough to receive in my email the adventure itself for review purposes. As Lance noted:
As promised, please find a mostly final draft of my First Edition AD&D module, The Exfiltrators. The only real change to be made to this draft is to replace the header on each page, which bears the adventure's working title instead of The Exfiltrators.
Only one map is included; the others are being drawn by a professional as part of the Kickstarter funding.I'll be giving this a read tonight. For future reference I am open to doing this with other Kickstarters - nothing does more to calm cautious minds than actually presenting a reviewable draft. Layout looks clean.
I'm also going to allocate time to properly review +Rob Conley 's excellent City State of the Invincible Overlord color maps. I have them in print from RPGNow and they are amazing. I had no idea their POD service could do quality poster maps.
Recently we added Humble Bundle as a store that we link to for affiliate sales. Its, there, in the upper left corner. I'm only going to highlight bundles that I think will appeal to my readers, but that doesn't mean you can't use the link for other Humble Bundle purchases.
"Judge me not only by the friends I keep but the enemies I make." said by me in The Tavern's Facebook Community over the weekend, but I doubt I'm the first to say such ;)
Thanks to all of you for your support. It means a lot, especially when one spends a month "under the weather."
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Glad you are feeling better, and looking forward to the review.ReplyDelete
Jury Duty and a respiratory illness! Surprising you’re still with us. Glad to hear you feel better. Jon salway (in Quid Nunc mode)ReplyDelete