Hamsterprophecy: Prevision

It\’s All About Pen, Paper and People.


Posted by Nathan P. on January 12, 2006

I really don’t know what to make of the Push/Pull thing. I’m letting it percolate in my brain for a bit, methinks.

In other news, I’m finding it really difficult to work on stuff right now, which is bad, because I need to pull my shit together for Dreamation. I’m starting to get the Fear again. Blah.

So, basically, read this as an apology for not posting anything worthwhile recently, with a hopefullness for pulling out of the slump soon.


4 Responses to “Percolation”

  1. Heya Nate,

    I just want to give you a word of encouragement. Those first few years of indie publishing are rough. Ask anyone who’s been through it. Once you get into the swing of things, you’ll find that there’s nothing more rewarding than making a sale at a con or over your site and hearing about how much fun peoplel have with your game. BTW, are you going to be able to make it to GenCon this year?



  2. Nathan P. said

    Hey Troy,

    Thanks man, I appreciate the thoughts.

    I have no idea if GenCon is a possibility – come summer, I’m going to be living on my IBOP (imaginary budget of poverty), so the chances of affording it are pretty slim. But, who knows, ya know.

  3. I’m also staying agnostic towards push/pull. As far as I can tell, I do both all the time without distinguishing them, but the distinction is really important for other people. So bully for them for finding words for what they do.

    And don’t worry too much about working on stuff. You do it cause it’s fun, not cause you’re supposed to do it. Otherwise it’s ‘work’.

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