Trying Something Different

I’ve got a bit jaded with Kickstarter of late, hence my stopping talking about it. Maybe I’ll come back to it. Maybe not.

In the meantime, I thought that I’d use this space to talk a bit more about other people’s games that I’ve been playing, my thoughts on those, and any lessons I’ve learned or had reinforced.

Stuff about my own designs, WIP, beta rules and whatnot is mostly on my Patreon these days. Don’t all rush to join this week though – I’m in the middle of changing the tiers to. simplify things. More on that anon.

Also, I might want to discuss some miniatures that have caught my eye and wallet. And, at some point, I’m going to have a go at painting. Again. So that might happen. See if my crappy eyesight is still up to it.

Also, also, while I wasn’t looking, WordPress has changed its interface. That’s uglier than it used to be. So this post is partly an experiment to see if I can still post stuff and where all the necessary bells and whistles have been hidden this time…

I’m aiming for one post a week, on tuesdays. My intention is to pick one game a week to talk about in some depth rather than skimming through them all. We’ll see how that works.

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2 Responses to Trying Something Different

  1. I can heartily recommend an approach I’ve recently taken, which is to spend a morning writing five or six blog posts and then scheduling them to drop over the next month or two. It takes a lot of the pressure off!

    • Quirkworthy says:

      An excellent idea in principle, and I have scheduled a few in the past. I’m busy sorting all sorts of things at once in terms of what work I show people, and basically just need to be in a more organised routine with it all. Perhaps scheduling things in batches would help. Usually I’m more likely to stick to something weekly though, as I mentioned on the Patreon. Perhaps writing drafts and just finishing them off is a workable middle ground.

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