Jul
11
2020
0

The FROZEN DREAMS books start getting prepped tomorrow.

Got all the stuff I need.

The first wave is the easiest: multiple-copy and international orders I think I’m going to have to handle at the post office itself. Fortunately, there aren’t that many of either. Most of the FROZEN DREAMS orders are pretty straightforward.

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Jul
11
2020
0

Book of the Week: Storm Between the Stars.

I started Karl Gallagher’s Storm Between the Stars this evening. ‘Tis good! Got that space opera vibe that I like, with a nice quasi-nautical theme to it that sounds like it’s been thought out. Check it out; I think readers here will like it.

Jul
11
2020
0

07/11/2020 Report, FERMI RESOLUTION RPG Worldbook.

Had a sudden realization today: the worldbook is supposed to come with six beginning characters, and those characters are going to require a page each, because there’s art involved. And I am trying to keep the worldbook page count to 64. Which kind of means that it’s almost all done at this point, at least for the first draft. I’ll be hacking at it more tomorrow.

Jul
11
2020
0

‘Was It Really You?’

I understand Tweets like this better now:

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Jul
10
2020
0

07/10/2020 Report, FERMI RESOLUTION RPG worldbook: 32,263/38,400.

I was miscounting pages, so… 6K words to go, after all. The good news is, all the original stuff has had the expanded pass-through and everything else is fill-in-the-blanks. I should be able to hack it all together by Monday and get it out to the other folks having a look-see.

Not much else going on, really.

Patreon!

Jul
10
2020
4

Technical bleg: cheapest reliable postage label printer?

Is this expensive, for a postage label printer? Because $160 seems expensive. As in, actually out-of-budget expensive*. It’s going to be a lot cheaper for me to print out the postage labels on my own on regular paper and tape ’em to the envelope.

Thoughts?

Moe Lane

*All the money’s getting reinvested into future projects. Although a label-maker may end up being a business expense, at that.

Jul
10
2020
3

MONEY PLANE!

It needed the exclamation point.

Via @bendreyfuss*, who isn’t wrong: MONEY PLANE! has all the hallmarks of being a Bad Movie For The Ages. I already know how it ends, too. Iit ends with the MONEY PLANE! crashing right into Kelsey Grammer, slowly enough for him to come up with one last zinger of a line but not slowly enough for him to, you know, run away.

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