I’ve been working on writing my book, but its become obvious that I have to take some time to concentrate on finishing it up. August has been really miserable to me overall, and I wasn’t able to achieve what I’d put on my plate. I take all of October off each year, too, and this put September in a bind. I’d have four weeks of content to spout out while trying to catch up.

Instead of trying to do that, I want to focus on editing for the next 60 days, taking all of october and all of september off (and most of august, if we’re honest)

With enough focus, I will be back on the 3rd of November with new articles, hopefully about how cool the book is progressing, and what I am doing to get it published. Its the longest break I’ve taken from writing in the 6ish years I’ve been doing this, so its a little spooky, but its something I knew would be coming up. Editing takes focus and direction, and I’m at the point where I have to sit down and not worry about posts or content.

I’ll still be relaxing, so don’t expect that I won’t have anything up. Facebook will still have some random stuff, much more spur of the moment, quick hits, to stay in touch.

Well. For the longest space yet.

Until next time.

I continue rushing headlong into the second year of writing Coldforged material, and this year I hope to cover enough topics in preparation to print as is possible. We are in the home stretch, and today I’m fiddling with something a player of mine wants to make a reality: Herbalism, Alchemy, and Medicine! Let’s take a look as I wander my way poorly while I try to describe my nascent Idea of what that would look like.

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I continue rushing headlong into the second year of writing Coldforged material, and this year I hope to cover enough topics in preparation to print as is possible. We’re in the home stretch, I can feel it 19 months in that there is only a little left to accomplish before beginning the editing process! Today, I take another look at the Injury charts I made back in the Before Times, and see how I can hone it to a more appropriate form.

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