Faye Whitaker and @jephjacques' Questionable Content

Posted By on Monday, January 26th, 2015, 22:30

Spoiler warning: I discuss current Questionable Content events, so if you want to not read, then leave this post. …hear more of the echoing dust…

And Now I Remember Why I Don't Post

Posted By on Thursday, January 15th, 2015, 17:45

Nothing much has been happening of late. Writing is going a bit on the slow side and not every day; however I am writing more than one hundred and fifty words each session. The current project is quite a bit of fun. Gaming is going as well—am playing a lot of Titan Quest: Immortal Throne. That is a crazy fun game.

Hmm… *thinks*

What would you like to hear about, Dustlings?

Thus, It Was Decreed: 2015

Posted By on Monday, January 5th, 2015, 18:30

So I think having some sort of loose schedule for my time might help me be more productive. Nothing too rigid, but certainly some form of structure to give me an idea of what's going on; what I want to be accomplishing for that day.

Over at Weaver of Words, Erin Zarro is beginning a second Year of No Fear. …not sure that I'm aware of being afraid of anything, but I am determined to do certain things this year, and come hell or high water, they're gonna get done. Nothing will get in the way. Not even fear. …hear more of the echoing dust…

So long, 2014!

Posted By on Monday, December 29th, 2014, 10:45

So 2014 draws to a close.

I'm not one for "year in review" posts. I attempted one for 2013, and I think that failed. If you are, go look here because that is kinda sorta my year in review.

…I never did complete Final Fantasy XII. If you know me, you know this is not surprising.

I have some plans for 2015. In short: after my guest has left (we are having a guest for New Year's, we might visit their place) I intend to figure out a schedule (might do that earlier, who knows) that will allow me to work on writing, gaming and anything else that I might need to take care of, such as blogging about reading A Song of Ice and Fire.

I am doing relatively okay otherwise.

Go Throw Epic Money At @WeAreManaVoid

Posted By on Thursday, December 11th, 2014, 23:00

The title is merely a suggestion. So we're clear.

Been fighting with cleaning my room and the ever constant battle of depression, but an update on such things will come in a couple of days.

I backed ManaVoid's Kickstarter for Epic Manager, which has since ended. The game is focused around managing a roster of adventurers who will bring your agency gold and fame and stuff–from what I've seen on the forums (which people are still allowed to join; you can even still back), the developers want to keep the focus on the management rather than having you direct encounters that happen.

Thing is, I am on Kickstarter in boymode; it seems to be 'easier' in terms of payments. Maybe it wouldn't matter, but I try within constraints to keep modes separate. Only problem is when, having backed projects under boymode, you realise that you would like to be on the community forums under girlmode. …hear more of the echoing dust…