Somehow this crept up on me. Heck, somehow I missed out on the anniversary of d20 Dark Ages back in September.
It's been an interesting year and 3 months, starting with moving half-way across the country to the Atlanta, Ga, area. This blog began on the back porch of an acquaintance's house I stayed at while looking for a place to live. It'd be about two weeks before I'd find a home.
I started d20 Dark Ages as way to have something to write every day. I made the decision to become a full time writer, working on this blog and various other projects. But as my savings started to dwindle a funk settled over me last summer, perhaps contributing to my deadliest campaign ever (the final PC death toll before I pulled the plug was around 40).
I sold my Warhammer stuff (because I realized how much I hated Warhammer) and quite a few RPG books I could do without to sustain my efforts. This fall I started two part time jobs--with the hopes that one will go full time at the beginning of next year.
Lots of ups and downs.
Google+ had to go because it kept making my browser crash, but by doing so it messed up d20 Dark Ages folder on Picassa web albums. So that's why you get a minus symbol instead of a picture on many of my older posts. I don't really feel like going back and fixing all of them.
I plan on doing something special for the 300th post. Not sure what. A contest? A story excerpt? A free copy of Murder on the Hot Flats? A free miniature to one lucky person like I did for my 200th post?
I'll figure something out.
Thank you for reading d20 Dark Ages.
3 more posts to go until the big 300.