Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Answering Questions: Where's Project X Sitting? - Multiple
I got a lot of questions about the various projects that I'm working on right now. Most of them were either about the Americas Campaign, Artisan Toolkits, or Let's Forget the World and Be Friends. So I thought I would just cover all the ones I got asked about right here.
Star Cairns: This project has gone into limbo because I got bored with it and wanted to wait until Fifth Edition came out. Well, Fifth Edition is here and I'm still not feeling all that excited about this project. I've still got the file on my computer (which I managed to save from being deleted during the computer reset) and I work on it from time to time. It's just a long time in-between periods when I feel like opening it up.
We Used to Go On Grand Adventures: This short story started out as probably the best thing I've ever written. It certainly is one of the things that I'm most proud of on the blog. The first two parts seemed to just explode out of me, but part three has been coming out like molasses. I've got the draft in Blogger, it's just no where near ready to launch.
Americas Campaign: Still working on this project but getting the map done has proven to be a real pain in the ass. My son keeps drawing on them when I'm not looking - which is always a problem with two year olds. I'm currently working on a post about Horses in the Americas.
Let's Forget the World and Be Friends: This project is currently going on in the background. It's got more authors than ever before and I think you'll all love what we're working on. Should be out late June / early July if everything works out.
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