We made it to 2021! And I’ve got a lot of work to do!
I have finally finished Shogun, though I had hoped to do it before the new year, it just didn’t turn out that way. In any case, the review will be this week. I also plan to post a review, probably the following week, for the Shogun TV miniseries. And now that the beast of 470,000 words has been slain, I can return to much shorter books and get reviews out a little faster.
I’ve already started organizing some parts of the site, including a new Tabletop RPGs page of the blog that will have articles, reviews, and campaign updates. In that regard, I’ll have an update to my Warhammer campaign soon.
I’ve managed to get enough feedback on Black Bones that I’m comfortable working on the next revision. I think the time of year slowed everyone down. I’m also probably going to revise my previous story, Dusk Comes for Castle Túrrea, as I’ve had some recent ideas that I think will improve it and flesh out some of the side characters more. I probably could get it published as-is; the last place I submitted to, the story made it through the first round of review, so someone thinks it might be worth publishing. But I still think I can improve it.
Though I had wanted to get my solo RPG, Premonitions, to a point that it could be open for playtesting, I need to put in on hold until my gamebook, The Dawnless Valley, is done. I just don’t have time to work on both, and the gamebook is nearly finished.