Hard Times

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Stop the presses and wake up grandma. Lulu now offers hardcover binding.

http://www.lulu.com/help/node/view/1763

I give Clinton full credit for this, even though he may have had nothing to do with it. My dream version of Stranger Things just got one step closer to fulfillment.

10 Comments:

Anonymous rafial says:  

Yeah, but wouldn't that require something to put between those hard, hard covers? Jus' sayin'...



Blogger Tony says:  

want



Anonymous mark says:  

me want too ...



Blogger Phil says:  

Every time I see the heading "Hard Times", I start singing the song and thinking of the film.

Also to those of you eagerly awaiting the game release, I can tell you that progress has been made on the editing front and we hope to have that wrapped up soon... as soon as the rest of the writing is handed off to me, that is...



Blogger John Harper says:  

Yes, Phil and I had a very productive revision session on Saturday, during which I got all of his most excellent edits into the text.

My plan is to finalize the rest of the copy this weekend, so Phil can do a final edit pass before he leaves for xmas.

Current print deadline for ST is: BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR. Which is closer than you think. Eep.



Blogger Phil says:  

You might want to repeat that plan in the Forge forum while you're at it...



Blogger John Harper says:  

I was going to let you do it.



Anonymous Jake richmond says:  

Good, good. I keep telling people I did art for this game, but no one believes me. I need a copy to prove it!



Blogger J. Andrew says:  

Hey John, Andy Kitkowski here (LJ = zigguratbuilder), the 24 Hour RPG and Game Chef dude.

Anyway, Clinton ran an excellent game of Stranger Things for me a couple weeks ago, and I had a question or two about the game, a discussion that I'd like to take offline. I don't know your email addy, tho, so could you ping me?

ziggurat (atmark) gmail (dot) com.

Thanks man!

-Andy



Blogger Scott says:  

"Test Hardcover" is my favorite Dumas novel.

P.S. One, please.



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