Back from GenCon!

22 08 2008

Hey! Shreyas and I are back from GenCon, and wow, it was a truly amazing experience. I’m so glad I got to put faces to names, and meet all kinds of new and amazing people– plus spend a little extra quality time with already-close friends. The whole experience of working a booth and selling my game was overwhelming and humbling and cool, and I especially owe Vincent and Ben big time for that. The highlight, for me, was probably Ryan Dancey coming over and buying a copy of It’s Complicated, probably with money he got by developing D&D 3 or inventing the OGL or doing something else equally amazing.

Meeting the people, though, man. I made so many friends that I am now bummed I don’t get to see every day. Our “little” community is huge and diverse and wonderful, and there’s not a single person I met that didn’t make my day a little brighter. I’m so glad to be in it with all of you.

That said! Two Scooters Press did amazingly well. I came home with a single copy of It’s Complicated to my name, and Shreyas came pretty close to selling out of Mist-Robed Gate, as well. Now, if you’re interested in some wuxia fun, you can go bug Shreyas for a copy over at summerbird— but if you want a copy of It’s Complicated, you’re in luck. I should be ordering a second print run next week, and you can order your copy for $16 (with $5 shipping) here.

Other things!

Two Scooters Press should be launching our website soon, along with a forum on The Forge. Also, we’re so jazzed and energized from the con that we’ve got a bunch of projects which are swiftly gaining steam..

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