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Running the Numbers…

Ian Robinson sent me this link. It’s Joe Konrath talking about the numbers involved in publishing, especially eBook publishing. But now I’m convinced. Signing with a traditional publisher, even being offered $200k per book, is a VERY BAD IDEA. My … Continue reading

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Zombi – out of stock at Key20!

I’m somewhat incredulous that Zombi is now out of stock at Key20 and will be preparing another shipment in the next week or so. I’m also going to work on providing a PDF version so people can download it from … Continue reading

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Frontier: opening the book

I find myself thinking a lot about Frontier these days. (It’s probably because I have some self-imposed deadlines for ‘Illusion’ and ‘6’.) Over the last couple of years I’ve harvested some twenty names from the freelancer forums of RPG.net as … Continue reading

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Paper, PoD, PDF

All of the books we’ve published (whether as Crucible Design or LateGaming) have been less than 100 pages. In general, this has felt big enough for the game that was being written, and every time we start out with a … Continue reading

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