Saturday, February 17, 2007

Roll with the New: Branching Out

This is a post I've started to type a couple of times and ultimately ditched. In the words of suburban all-stars Midnight Brown, "This is kinda hard".

I'm no longer working exclusively for RPGObjects.

A bunch of things happened that I'm not going to go into because, well, it's none of your business, but ultimately, in what I'd call a mutual decision Chris and I decided it didn't make sense anymore for me to work exclusively for him.

What does this mean for you guys? Well, maybe not much.

I'm still going to work with Chris at RPGObjects and we're still going to do the type of stuff you've come to expect from us. Maybe not at the same pace but not really much more slowly than what you're used to I don't think.

However, it does mean that I'm going to be working with other people as well and hopefully doing things you haven't seen me do before. For instance, I just got done writing a PDF for Phil Reed's Ronin Arts. Not much more I can say about it right now but when I am able to, I will.

And finally, I'm going to be self-publishing some more under my Vigilance Press imprint, which is where I got my start as a writer.

So I think you're going to see a wider range of things from me than you have in the past. This is something of a new experience for me and I will be muddling a little till I find my way.

But change is good. As Chris Rock would say, "roll with the new, either it's new or it's through".



DNAphil said...

Good luck Chuck. I think I can speak for a lot of us that can say that whomever you write for, we will be interested.

We will be watching your blog for updates on what materials you have coming out.

Chuck said...

Thanks a lot.

I debated saying anything but I figured when RA made their announcement it would create some questions anyway.

But again, thanks for the support, its greatly appreciated.

Daniel M. Perez said...

So, is this where the queue to hire you begins? ;-)

Much success in your new endeavors. I think in the end we all stand to benefit from this change, so rock on.

Chuck said...

Thanks for the kind words Daniel.

For now Im taking it slow, this is a new experience for me.

Well, Ive been a free agent before, but I was at a much different place in terms of my industry knowledge and writing chops back then.

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