“Best Laid Plans” vs. “Real Life Game Changer”

Matt in a Hospital - Jan 2014I was pretty proud of the work I did preparing for 2014 on the games front. I worked out my two main core themes for grouping my TGC-published games, figured out which pitch-to-publisher games to keep focusing on, worked out the order in which I expected to do things in, sketched out a vague con attendance schedule, and even got the website setup for the next materials to be coming.

And then the new year greeted me with a pretty serious medical emergency. (You can read the details on my CaringBridge site.) While I seem to be out of the immediate-danger situation, I have a bit of a long, slow road ahead in getting everything straightened out and to be back out in the clear.

And I don’t really have any clue how this is going to affect the games stuff.  I’m not really even figuring it out right now — I’ll get that all sorted over the next few weeks/months. For now, I’m thinking just about everything I had prepared to commit to is on hold until I get my feet back under me. I may not make any cons. I’ll just take things as they come and give you updates as things get rolling. So, stay tuned on that and we’ll see how things go.

Matt Worden's Games at TheGameCrafter.comNow, I did want to make sure that everyone knew that I WILL be carrying out the “Late Christmas Present” give-away that I just launched last week before all of the medical fun began. So, please add your comments to that post, or send me info via Facebook or Twitter … there’s still a couple days before I throw the entries in a hat and draw out the winner. :)

 

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My name is Matt Worden, and this is my website ... I live in Minnetrista, MN, with my wife and our 2 awesome kids.
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One Response to “Best Laid Plans” vs. “Real Life Game Changer”

  1. Carl Klutzke says:

    Okay, if we go to any of the same Protospiels this year, I PROMISE to playtest one of your games this time. It’s not much incentive, but it’s what I can offer. :) Get well!

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