It has been a crazy year with a lot of highs (Harlem Unbound) and numerous lows (45, closing doors, and building walls). I've been doing a mental rundown of the year with the faint sound of Bowie playing in the background. In some ways, I feel like I've been floating in space since we funded our Kickstarter. Real life took over in a lot of ways, and I haven't had the time to devote to reaching out to the gaming community and pursuing other gaming-related projects in the way I wanted. The end of the year is looming, and I'm thinking about Darker Hue's mission, some of the projects I was lucky enough to be on, and a lot of people I met over the last year.
So now it's time for Harlem Unbound to ship (next month, fingers crossed!), and it will soon be in the hands of all those great people crazy enough to believe in this project. People who believed the Harlem Renaissance and Lovecraftian horror could merge into something great that previously has been sorely overlooked and dubiously depicted. My mind is ablaze with what comes next. I have a lot of ideas (too many, if you ask my wife), but time is always the control factor. Right now, I am focusing on the last scenario for Harlem Unbound, a digital special for backers.
And with the books being shipped out next month, I am going to be doing Harlem Unbound Mondays until the book reaches everyone. That's right, a quick 140 character scenario seed for those looking to get started playing! Look for it on our Twitter feed.
Then, tomorrow...tomorrow and tomorrow for our next project. And I think my spaceship knows which way to go.