Wacky Wednesday! AfterEarth: The Fall

It’s been awhile I know!  Part of me feels bad for not focusing in on Ignite, LLC, however with some reflection I know that in the long run completing my MSW is a dream I’ve had since at least 2000 & here I’m doing it.  In 7 months it will be completed and it seems I’ll be welcomed into the life of hospice social work.

This summer, Jeremy (my husband) was encouraged to complete a pen and paper role-playing game that he had created and played for years with some of his close friends.  Jeremy has a very creative mind and loves to write in the science fiction genre.  More than a few years ago he had shared a story he had written and I had edited it for him.  Initially I didn’t know that this was the story that was part of the role-playing game (RPG).  So while considering the encouragement of those that were hoping he’d complete and publish this game Jeremy began looking at Kickstarter projects, some of which were also RPGs.  After discussing this with me, I said, why not?  And because Ignite, LLC hasn’t been working on any serious projects as of lately it seemed like an opportune time for me to help see this project through (even if it is not successfully funded).

The wonderful thing about this project has been getting to edit a genre that is outside of my norm, working with some very talented artists who have helped design some of the initial artwork, and thinking about all the different types of products that can be offered through a project like this.  I welcome you, if you are so inclined, to come have a look:  http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1170969302/afterearth-the-fall-rpg-create-and-modify-with-us

Artist: Joe Tuttle (vaultboxdesign.wix.com/jtuttleportfolio)
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