What does D&D mean to me? It’s an important question, because some might think after being laid off (twice) while working on D&D, I might have negative feelings about it. I don’t.
Between May and August of 2011, I wrote a series of articles that looked back on the different stages of my life which led me to become a RPG freelancer. This an epilogue of sorts. You can read the previous articles here: Part 1: Lessons from Academia Part 2: Lessons from Day Jobs Part 3: […]
In which Chatty shares is experiences as a Wizards of the Coast freelancer. The good and the bad. He shares many of the lessons he learned from his experiences should you want to give it a try.
In the footsteps of my flash fiction of last week, my friend Leah teamed up with author Joseph Devon to host a writing contest… about sewing. Can you take this seemingly harmless craft and use it as a story’s climactic scene? Show us what you can do!
Where Chatty tries yet another new schtick to get the writing juices again and manages to pull it off!
In which Chatty comes full circle and ends up being a freelance designer of the games that brought him up into the hobby in the first place.
In which Chatty takes a few minutes to post updates about Gen Con 2012 and how he used to be cool before he became an insufferable celebrity.
In which Chatty chronicles the effect of his last depression (and recovery) on his writing career and how it shaped what he decided to go for.
In which Chatty relates some anecdotes about his first year as a blogger, his first lessons and, more importantly, his coming to terms with what he always has been since middle school…
This is a revised version of a post I published on our sister Tumblr site: Roll. As I realize it’s usefulness, I decided to move it here. A few days ago I bought Chuck Wendig’s “Confession of a Penmonkey” eBook. I’m loving it so far, funny and insightful stuff! Chuck’s a blogger, novelist and long time RPG […]