A friend’s note reminded me I wanted to get the spruce trees pruned. The temperature was decent, a little windy, but the sun was out, and so I went for it. One chore done. The first of many such jobs to be done before spring.
The WWII game “Of War and Men” successfully launched yesterday on Kickstarter. What an exciting adventure! I am so hopeful for its success and I am so nervous, but so far so good. I can hardly think what to write for a blog, except for maybe a huge shout out and thank you to all who have backed the game. In less than a day, you have gotten them half way to their goal!
Watching someone’s dream unfold before you is many things. It is awesome, stressful, and nerve-wracking, along with exciting. Throw in a little terror and that about wraps up the feelings. I am so proud of the hard work and creativity my kids have put into “Of War and Men.”
Watching them launch their game has taught me a few things. Though books and games are definitely different, and have different markets, the rules of preparation and a good product are the same. Pursuing one’s passion is what life is all about.
I am closing in on the final, polished manuscript of “Rhyaden.” The art work is out there in the universe somewhere, I just have to wait for it. Patience is key. And so it goes…