Most of you know by now that I write mainly fantasy, or at least that is where I’m at currently. It is something I love doing and the goal is to release the entire Treaty of the Dragons Series in the next few years. To which I’m super excited for all of you to see the work that I have been doing.
That being said, I have also thought up various ways to possibly help market and to expand on the world that you will be introduced to. One of my thoughts is the possibility of creating its own roleplaying game, much like Dungeons and Dragons.
Now, my experience playing this game is super limited and it was a long time ago. However, my son is a huge D and D nut and has agreed to help when and if I need it. The first thing I knew I needed to do was reacquaint myself with tabletop gaming. So, I asked my son to run a campaign for our house and got the whole family to join in.
I don’t know what I was expecting, but it certainly wasn’t the level of amazement that I would feel. It wasn’t the ability my son had to pull us into this world and it most definitely wasn’t the amount of fun that we would all have spending time together.
The sheer mixture of all these things has really opened up my view of tabletop gaming as a whole and has me doing a lot more research into various types of Dungeon Masters, tabletop games, and methods of play. It has further shown me the depth of worlds that can be created using these methods.
So, I will most definitely be keeping the creation of this tabletop game on my list of possible endeavors once the books are released and I can see how it goes from there. The first step is to finish writing all these books and to continue playing more D and D.
It makes my little nerd heart feel good. Especially as the Treaty of Dragons Series is being written for my son. He believed in me and my fantasy writing when I forgot to believe in myself.
Until next time, remember to L.O.L. (Live it, Own it, Love it) or it isn’t worth doing.