When last we left off in Tallavanor’s Tales, our gallant investigator, saddled with a group of not-quite-so-gallant allies, was chasing down a lead about the influence of a certain Count Magnus on the docks of Mulhussen. While our leads were beginning to spiral in multiple directions, a few things sifted to the surface of our clues like weevils in a bag of flour…Continue reading “Tallavanor’s Tales – Conflicts and Murder”
Hi all, Here’s yet another post in my Year of Accountability challenge!
Today’s post looks at one of the fallacies of our current environment: The Myth of being a Productive Writer during these Stay-At-Home Orders.
It’s March 23rd, and that means its my birthday! Happy Birthday to me!
Greetings, and welcome to a long post – People seem to enjoy my fictionalization of the various D&D campaigns I seem to be getting drawn into, so forgive me if I lean into that a bit. To start the new year out right, I’m currently working through the beginner campaign – The Lost Mine of Phandelver – with my fiancee, brother, and a few friends. This will not be the most impressive write up, nor will this post be focused on the actual story – rather, my impressions on running it as a first time Dungeon Master and how it works with a single player character, rather than the usual group.
Naturally – A Day (Month) Late, and a dollar short, time to get this writing show on the road. The goal for this next week is simply to write for an hour each day. That’s it! I can do that!
Check here soon to see more writing!
Sometimes, you crush your goals, other times, your goals crush you!
I attempt to write the background of a D&D Gunslinger. Lots of fun!
Never thought I’d be a D&D player, but here we are.
Any writing is good – even if it’s for D&D, right?
Random thought of today – Any writing is good writing, right? (write?)
I’m joining a D&D campaign later this month, and after being provided a hefty dose of world building (Thanks DM!) I ended up writing about 4-5 paragraphs about my character. Pretty fun, and I realized how much I actually missed writing. I don’t suppose anyone would like to read my tentative background here, but if you are, leave a comment below and I’ll be glad to post it.
Today’s Message: Socks are incredibly warm and necessary.
Check out my latest poem.
I take the photo.
Out slides the instant film.
A curiosity, attention grabbing, new-fangled thing
“Take my picture!”
Contrasting reds and blues, hues of green
Deep looks into eyes
that you never
What do these snapshots reveal?
What do these brief windows show?
Drawing close to the end
but holding on perhaps
for one more summer day.