Monday, October 19, 2009

The First Review of The Dungeon Alphabet

I’ve been busy for the last week, mostly taking care of accident-related issues (like finding a new clunker in a post-cash-for-clunkers market) and chipping away the last of the non-elephant pieces of marble on the Stonehell layout. I’ve managed to draft a few posts for the future, but I’m going to hold off on regular posting until these two mammoth tasks are complete.

As a result, I’ve been out of touch with the general OSR blogosphere for the last week. Imagine my surprise when I poked my nose in today to find that James Raggi has posted a review of The Dungeon Alphabet before its place on the release schedule has even been firmly determined.

Stop by and read what he has to say about the book. James has clearly seen what I had hoped the book would do on one level and makes a rather bold proclamation about what it may do on another. I hope he’s correct. I just wrote the kind of book that I thought I could use. Hopefully that means you could use it too.

5 comments:

Erin said...

An encouraging review. Congratulations on getting the DA out!
Having missed your original posts, will there be a PDF preview for us to salivate over until January? ;)

Michael Curtis said...

Having missed your original posts, will there be a PDF preview for us to salivate over until January?

I don't know for certain. Previews have been mentioned, but I don't know the details. I'll certainly post a notice here once I find out.

grodog said...

I'm definitely looking forward to your book, Michael! :D

Allan.

Michael Curtis said...

Thanks, Allan! I'm counting myself in that camp, too. ;)

Mister Scratch said...

I am all a twitter.