Kickstarter

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It seems like such a long time ago, but sometime in 2014, I submitted a scenario proposal for a Golden Goblin Press book of Call of Cthulhu scenarios set in the Caribbean. Much to my surprise, my scenario was selected, and I spent some time this spring writing the dang thing up in preparation for

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While I have decided to put my next Kickstarter (Sun Spots) on hold, so I can move and finish HWLL fiction, I have put up a page of art and other previews. Like this first look at what may be the cover title by my good friend and associate Gregory Geiger: Here is the new

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I’ve been a bit silent here lately and not without good reason. Things have been very busy not only with real life but with my writing life as well. So I wanted to take this moment and update my blog on what I’ve been working on… But first, I wanted to talk a little about

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I have made the decision to delay my next Kickstarter project, a 1920s Cthulhu Dark scenario titled “Sun Spots,” until the June-July time-frame. This decision originally came from not being able to get the two artists that I want to work with until then. But then real life got in the way of any more

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As I gear up for my next Kickstarter project (March 2015!), I wanted to reflect on the lessons I learned over the past year as project creator. But then spending time thinking of the things I didn’t do well seemed the wrong way to go about it. Instead I want to talk about the things

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Holy smokes! Our Kickstarter project funded at 300% with $9031! Amazing! As I mentioned in a previous post, I had no idea what to expect with my project and the overall support far exceeded even my wildest dreams. So very cool. I have a lot of work to do and will be updating this blog

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“You’ve taken your first step into a larger world.”  ―Obi-Wan Kenobi Today, six months after making a specific decision to launch today, I pushed Launch for my first Kickstarter project. You may read about it the Kickstarter project page. It’s been nearly a year since I first ran this game at a convention, when I

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As He Who Laughs Last careens wildly to its 2014 Kickstarter and publication, I could not be happier to announce the addition of Mike Dubisch to the project. Mike’s art covers the ground from the weird and spooky to superheros and creepy comics. I will provide more art as it starts to roll in, but

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For the past year, I have been focusing on writing and developing ‘He Who Laughs Last,’ a Cthulhu Dark scenario that I plan to release via Kickstarter in early 2014. I have created a page for the whole project and updates will be forthcoming. I am planning for a Kickstarter in early 2014 and am

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Early in 2014 (in February if all goes well), I will launch my first Kickstarter to help me publish my Cthulhu Dark scenario He Who Laughs Last. Over the past few months, I have been doing a ton of research on running a successful Kickstarter campaign, and while success is by no means guaranteed, I