Writing Dungeons and Dragons DMsGuild Adventures in the RPG Writer Workshop

Learning to write for others and possibly self-publish is my goal for this blog, and is also why I finally got a twitter account ten years after everybody else. The RPG Writer Workshop is one of many possible ways for both learning and publishing adventures, and this post recounts my experiences as I do the workshop lessons. The goal is to inspire and even help other DMsGuild writers. Continue reading “Writing Dungeons and Dragons DMsGuild Adventures in the RPG Writer Workshop”

The Goblins of Duskwood DMsGuild Adventure

The Goblins of Duskwood, my Rpg Writer Workshop Dungeons and Dragons adventure, was uploaded on the Dungeon Master’s Guild yesterday. Continue reading “The Goblins of Duskwood DMsGuild Adventure”

How To Write the Perfect Roleplaying Game Starter Adventure

Starting a new roleplaying game campaign is one of my favorite things in the world. Anyone who is even considering starting a game should get moving, it is a great feeling and so much fun. Continue reading “How To Write the Perfect Roleplaying Game Starter Adventure”

Two Years of Writing

I’ve got a little anniversary coming up this spring, it has been two years since I decided to step up my writing, and it is perhaps time to talk about that. It may even be overdue. It’s time to get personal. Fan-gushing and self-loathing. Dealing with the elephant in the living room. This is about my writing. Continue reading “Two Years of Writing”

Lessons from One Month of Blogging

In November 2017 I started the Mudworld Blog to hone my writing skills and explore ideas regarding gaming, world building, and writing. I read many “how-to” guides to blogging and watched many YouTube videos as I figured out how to do this. Continue reading “Lessons from One Month of Blogging”