40 Days in the Wilderness

  • WordPress tells me that I’m on a 40-day blogging streak. 40 days in the wilderness that is the current blogosphere.
  • I’ve been invited to join what may be the last surviving blog carnival in the universe. I am considering it, but there’s too much on my plate at the moment to think about it right now.
  • In spite of my current depressive episode, I wrote over 3000 words today.
  • Today we got news that isn’t bad, but it set off my anxiety. I’ll write about it when I’m in a better frame of mind. Catching this while I’m fighting depression is not good timing.
  • I’ve been rewatching Game of Thrones in preparation for the final season, and of course today’s episode is the Red Wedding. I hope it’s not an omen.
  • While I don’t normally post about business stuff here, there will be some posts because I need to make some extra money. Related to the “it’s not bad news but it’s stressful” thing above.
  • The Foragers Guild Guides are 50% off through Sunday. Tell your RPG friends.
  • Tomorrow I’m releasing Worldbuilding Power: Cities, the 9th title in that best selling line. Tell your RPG and fantasy writer friends.
  • I’m going to open up the Lighthouse System to preorders, which I never do. It releases on 1 February, but I need to get some extra cash on the books for January because reasons. Tell your indie RPG story gamer friends.
  • If you’ve ever considered buying me a coffee, please consider doing so now.
  • Okay, what’s triggering my anxiety is the Big Hairy Audacious Goal, but I can’t talk about it until I’ve got a handle on my anxiety.
  • I have two pages left to edit today, then I can take a nap.
  • So how’s your week going?


5 comments / Add your comment below

  1. We’ve all been battling colds, thanks, except the youngest (17) who doesn’t feel great but refuses to be sick when she has four play performances and an honor band rehearsal this week. As sole auto driver on hand, I get to share her fatique. Togetherness!

  2. Much thanks. I hope your brain gives you a break soon. Wife has depression, and I have experienced it a time or two, though not as deep as hers or yours or Wils or most folks, really.

  3. Went to a hacker conference and learned to pick locks! Hope everything improves for you soon. I have a few of your books, I’ll try and get some reviews up soon.

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