Maybe I'm crazy, but I'm going to do it. I started writing a new universe for my novel and now I'm creating a ttrpg system for it. Most of my work is free on my site, but I I'm going to self-publish and sell this.
@attercap Good luck!
I tried this, never managed to finish anything :(
@Yoric I'm setting a goal for everything but art/finalized layout by EOY. But I'll adjust for real life as it comes.
Did you just run out of steam/effort or were there other hurdles?
@attercap Basically, I write when I find time. Usually, I get things done for 1 or 2 months, then something comes up, stops me for one month and after that, I have so much lost track that it's really hard to get back into it.
@Yoric I've had that problem. Too long of a pause makes it easy to lose focus. My biggest issue is I'll get to a certain point then will have a completely separate idea.
To remedy both, I'm first creating an outline of specifically what I'll write. Then setting a specific "writing time" aside every week and if I get any ideas I'll jot them down for "maybe later" or potential integrations/expansions.
Main difficulty is balance. I'm hoping to have some playtests in early March.
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