It has been quite a while since my last post. No real reason, other than a lack of significant news in my world. Ty is growing (two and a half months old now), and I’ve been posting pictures of her up in my Flickr account. I also have a set of pictures up there from the wedding of our good friends Pat and Leanne.
This is my favorite recent picture of Ty:
In other news, I’ve been working on the next Earthdawn book from RedBrick — actually, not the next one, but the one after that. Kratas: City of Thieves is due in Fall of this year, and will be the first original sourcebook we’ve put out for the game. There is still a lot of work to be done on it, but I think it will rock on toast when we’re done. Before that, we’re looking for the adventure Burning Desires to come out this summer.
In other Earthdawn news, a review of the Player’s Compendium has been posted on RPGnet. It’s a pretty good review, all in all, but it has sparked a bit of a follow-up debate in the connected thread about how realistic the geography of Barsaive is.
I am doing my best to refrain from getting involved — it is not cool for a writer/developer to get into a thing with a reviewer (except to correct obvious factual errors). I know we have another set of books out there with a reviewer, I hope he comes back with a review soon. I like hearing what people think!
That’s all for now. I’ll see what I can do about updating a bit more regularly.