Things in my life are changing, and it only makes sense that my website would change along with it. Like many good authors, especially starting ones, I need a dayjob to keep the writing flowing. Fortunately, I'm taking steps in a direction I'm pretty excited about. I learned a lot about gamification at my last job, working with a small startup, and received recommendations from several sources that I should set up a gamification consulting business.
It seems to be something I have a knack for, and game design has been one of my top three passions for my entire life, so I think this might be a good choice. My only concern is that I've really set this up as a gamebook-related blog. I don't want to lose that, but I'm thinking of redesigning my site to include some of my other passions as well, namely: game design and gamification.
I'm still working on how I want to organize it, but just wanted to let you good folks know that the change may be coming. Any thoughts or comments are welcome, as usual!
It's excellent that you will be able to turn your passion into a business. I wish you all the best.ReplyDelete
Although most of your posts so far are gamebook related, there's nothing stopping you writing more about game design. I guess labels will help with that.
I use my blog as an outlet for my thoughts and to get feedback from others. It becomes a dialogue. In summary, my blog is helping me get a clearer idea about my subject. What am I trying to say? I guess it's write about whatever interests you.
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