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October 7, 2011

I’ve finished writing a review for my friend’s upcoming game, but as it’s been submitted to a contest, I can’t post the review until after it’s been released. Such is life.

No, I still haven’t written the Epic Mickey review. Truth to tell, no one has asked for it, so I’ve just not thought about it much. Nobody ever asks me to write anything here. Starting to give me a complex. Alright then, another complex. Happy?

I’ve been dawdling with the next part of Redefining. Making time to sit down quietly and write without interruptions hasn’t been easy of late. I’ll open it up today and see what happens.

The Art of Words project is on hiatus until I get my novels edited and prepared for eBook sales. Probably take me a few months, at this rate. Hoping to have them up by Christmas. Then I guess I can recommence work on Trina’s story.

Haven’t made any further inroads with the Gamer Gear tee shirt line. Been too busy. Between financial difficulties and lack of interest, plus the problem of numerous OS reinstalls, and basically, I haven’t spent more then a few hours inside of Adobe Illustrator in over a month. *sigh*

Gonna write an article about a couple of failed game design projects I’ve been thinking about lately. If Redefining doesn’t happen today, that article probably will. It feels like a good day for taking stock.

Thank you for reading.



2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 9, 2011 7:14 am

    You write a lot, it impresses me, I can’t seem to stay focused long enough to do so aside from very random sessions that don’t last.

    Tough times, for whatever reason, distress is kind of inspiring, that’s just me though…

  2. October 9, 2011 11:22 am

    Writing… it’s not just for breakfast anymore.

    I think the thing with me is, I’m just a wee bit of a polymath, but my main gig is and always has been storytelling. I just wrestle with that ol’ debbil Manic Depression, which won’t permit me to maintain a nice, smooth level of productivity, even with these meds that are basically stabilizing my mood swings (and making me beaucoup fat).

    And you already know how impressed I am with your abilities as an artist and a writer.

    As for tough times, yeah, that may be so, but there’s a fuzzy grey area between inspirational and dispiriting. Hard to be clever when you can’t move.

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