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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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I got another chance to talk to Richard Bliss on Funding the Dream about Kickstarter, finding and building tribes, and why you maybe start with a smaller funding goal. You can listen to it here.

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Just before both our Kickstarter projects went live (and were quickly funded, I must say), I got a chance to chat with Oscar Rios, President of Golden Goblin Press about Kickstarters, RPGs and how much coffee you’ll need when you’re running a project. Posting this now, after Oscar’s project has been incredibly successful, almost seems

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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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One week from today I will launch my first Kickstarter for my scenario He Who Laughs Last, for which I have written about 20,000 words. Writing the scenario, which I did in three waves, was mostly enjoyable grunt work. Thinking of fun, crazy horror scenarios is the easy part – the challenge is finding the

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Last fall I watched a lot of the TV series Marple with my wife, and there are few better inspirations for writing good mystery than Agatha Christie, who spins quite a ball of yarn only to unravel it with perfect logic just when all seemed lost. It gave me a lot of respect for mystery

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One of the most compelling and scary components about Lovecraft’s horror is its remoteness. There’s a reason why he set Whisperer in the Darkness in the remote White Mountains – removing yourself from civilization and all its protections is not easy for most people, and certainly must have been unnerving 100 years ago, when still

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‘Time crumbles things; everything grows old under the power of Time and is forgotten through the lapse of Time.’ – Aristotle It must be hard to be an aging lead singer. I remember first noticing how the toils of time can wear on a singer’s voice when watching The Who perform ‘Love Reign O’er Me’

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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