Monday, January 14, 2013

2012 Blog year in review

I always like to take some time at the beginning of the new year to look back at what I wrote on the blog and elsewhere over the past year. I had high hopes to post more often and to write on a more diverse set of topics this year. Unfortunately, that did not happen.

Some of the ideas I mentioned last time did not come to fruition, such as the game review series From the Dusty Shelf, or my look at Fantastic Four starting from issue #1. No new movies went up for Cult Classic of the Week.

On a positive note, I was able to play more this past year. I had the chance to play in a few RPG sessions online over G+, in a friend's 3.5 campaign, until connection problems forced me to drop out. Also, I was able to play more games in person, with two short-term campaigns and a local games day event.

Near the end of the summer, I started to think about what I could do to jump-start my creative spark. Several opportunities arose at nearly the same time, and I am grateful:
  Tomorrow: What to expect in the new year.

3 comments:

Paul Thornton said...

I wish I had had more time for the Burgs and Bailifs thing. I got my submission in, but never got the chance to polish it as much as I would have liked.

Trey said...

Some worthy accomplishments in 2012. Here's to more in the New Year.

Kaiju said...

@Paul - I felt the same way about my contribution. Your article was great!

@Trey - Thanks! Small victories. :)