So, after weeks of battling a persistent cough, I'm finally starting to breath a bit easier. So an update of happenings here is in order.
I've been collaborating with Paul Wolfe on a big project he's about to launch, so stay tuned for that but I have also been managing some freelance writers who are working on adventures for my Claeridge Pass setting. It's an interesting time when you delegate writing work to someone whose work you are unfamiliar with. I have found that writers who are not published will gush with ideas and over produce whereas my experience with known authors seems to be the opposite. I imagine experienced writers put high expectations on themself and don't want to disappoint where new writers just want to see their name in print. It strikes me as funny that the more we produce, the more fear we have for what comes next.
I'm currently working on my Masters in teaching and it is literally doing my head in - I'm hoping to polish off my last assignment for the year this week. Fingers crossed.
My family and I are off to the USA in a month's time. We'll be mainly around the west coast for a family Christmas get together but I'm hoping to get to see some friends too. If I don't get to update this block anytime soon, hope everyone has a great end to 2016.