|A monster from my adventure.|
Tim over at the awesome blog Gothridge Manor has written a flattering review for my recent Labyrinth Lord adventure, Menagerie of the Ice Lord. Tim is not only a fellow old-school blogger, but he also puts together excellent adventures himself. Even if you're not interested in my own publications, I still recommend swinging by his blog for a visit. There's a lot of good stuff going on there.
Aside from a brief flurry of spending on the new old-school D&D PDF re-releases over at RPGNow, things are fairly quiet on the Digital Orc front. I like to relax a few weeks after the stressors of editing, layout, and self-imposed deadlines that accompany my self-published adventures.
However. I have settled on my next publication seed. It's a little different than my previous work. I'd like to think that all of my products (there are five so far) are each unique. This current project is my first attempt at publishing a high level adventure. Being such, it's turning out a little gonzo. I'm having a bit of difficulty reconciling realism within my world and the extreme abilities of the inhabiting monsters. I suppose that's were my feeling of gonzo is derived.
Anyway, I'm brainstorming my next adventure. I will probably have a workable rough draft in one or two months. After that, I tend to complete the drafting, editing, and illustrations fairly quickly. The label for this not-yet-titled adventure is "verloren" if you'd like to follow along with its development.
One last thing: I'd like to remind you, Constant Reader, that even though I charge for my adventures ($2.99 for PDF and $3.99 for print), it is not out of a glutonous greed. All of the money I earn through self-publication is promptly reinvested in similar endeavors from other self-publishers in our little neck 'o the blogosphere. That said, I hope you come back based on my quality... granted you find some. Quality is awefully hard to come by these days.
Cheers, and thanks Tim!
P.S. Tim's snowfall blog is PERFECT for a Menagerie ad!