There is still an awful lot left to do across the site. Some of the pages I finished even this week have big holes in them and were published as much for the sake of just getting them out there as anything else, but the big, heavy lifting is winding down. Thankfully!
It's been an awful lot of work, many long nights, and a whole lot of planning, but I had published so many pages here and there over the last five years or so that it was long since time to get it all together in a cohesive manner. Which is what I hope I have done for now.
Again, there are gaping holes, especially in navigation, but with a big department planned for publication next month (ChiLL - More Things), some more Dark Conspiracy stuff in the works, and some Cyberpunk content finally close to seeing the light of day (still a ways off, though), I'm content with the work I've done so far. I'm also feeling somewhat confident in it. Now I move-on to hammering things out - tweaking and sorting through missing and broken links - and getting all of that stuff together before I dive in to the whole navigational issue.
This does not mean that I will stop posting here again - far from it. I've actually enjoyed having this forum to discuss these things and plan on staying more on top of this blog, even if it's just to stop-in and say hello once in a while.
The Weirding is a smattering of gaming information I wish I could have seen published one day. The Internet made it happen, as many of the games I love are no longer being printed or even shepherded. I don't want to see a world in which tabletop RPG no longer has a place. It's an entirely different form of gaming - like video games, boardgames, and others - and not just a hobby unto itself. I hope you appreciate and enjoy the work, time, and effort I have put into bringing you this information and find some way to use it in your own games.
I still have a ways to go, but the big work is getting done. After the ChiLL arrival, I plan on taking a much-needed, and much-deserved, break but I'll still be chattering away at you here, so please feel free to subscribe and chime-in whenever you like!
© C Harris Lynn, 2011