Friday, November 12, 2021

This Week Is Almost Over

It's been a week for me. Starting with interrupted travel when Sun Country decided it didn't want to fly a half-empty jet back to Seattle on Sunday (following our attendance of my brother's wedding reception). So we spent a night in Minneapolis we hadn't planned for. Thankfully, all's well that ends well, and we made it home Monday evening, as did our dog Tesla, who stayed an extra night in the nearby doggie lodge in our absence.

On Wednesday evening, I ran a Planebreaker demo for the wonderful folks at Cypher Unlimited and MCG community manager LaTia Bryant. It was great fun, as you can see here:

Then on Thursday evening (last night), I participated in an online seminar focussed on WORLDBUILDING, hosted by the folks who've long run Gen Con's Writer's Symposium track. Elizabeth Vaughan moderated, and participants included me, Marc Tassin, Melanie Meadors, and Marty and Matt Forbeck. It was also great fun, as you can see here:

However, the week definitely took it out of me. So I'm looking forward to a peaceful Friday where all I have to do is sit at my desk and write.

Anyway, enjoy this amazing art for the Plenbreaker by Dan Watson called the Tomb of Tomorrow.