Cleaning Out the Spider Webs

Been a while.

Five months, plus a bit.

Last May, I went on a month-long vacation. In that time, I did some thinking about a lot of things, including this blog. It was becoming, I realized, more of a chore than a pleasure – I was always putting off writing the play reports, and then rushing through them just before the next session. And the blog was just becoming a collection of play reports, without the reviews, essays, and other stuff it used to contain.

So, I’m back, but the blog is going to be a little different. I’m not going to do up play reports for every session. Instead, I may highlight something from a session that I thought was cool in a broader sense than just something neat that happened during play. I’m going to be doing more reviews and essays on different aspects of gaming. I’m going to talk a little more about books, movies, and TV shows that do interesting things.

It’s probably going to take me a little while to get into the swing of things with this new direction. I hope folks find it interesting.

Anyway, like I said, I’m back. Look for the first real new post within the week.

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4 Responses to Cleaning Out the Spider Webs

  1. Krisztian Nagy says:

    Hey Rick!

    Welcome back! I was checking back here from time to time and was wondering if you stopped blogging for good. Glad this is not the case. Looking forward to your insights regarding RPGs, movies and books ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. LogicMouse says:

    Yay! Welcome back, Rick! I too have wondered if something bad happened or you just got burnt out.

    I’m glad you’ll be changing things up to make it more interesting for yourself. That almost always guarantees stuff will be more interesting for your audience too. Your enthusiasm is what drew me to your blog in the first place.

  3. Milo says:

    To be fair, it was a really nice spring and summer in Winterpeg; a cold winter will put you back on track with your writing. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. Blue says:

    Welcome back. I’d dropped to checking about once a month but I couldn’t give up on such a wonderful site.

    Do what you enjoy. While session reports are fun to read, it’s your insights into games and running them that I really get into.

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