Writing A Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Adventure

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Over the last few years I have been reading books on management and starting a business. I really enjoy reading books on these topics and I have benefited greatly from reading them.

One book that has had the biggest impact on my life is Getting Things Done by David Allen. This book has taught me how to manage myself and others. No book has had a greater effect on me then this one. It is filled with priceless advice and tips that have helped me get my work done, reduce stress and keep everything in order. I can not recommend this book enough. Even if you have no desire to write or start your own business, this is just a good book for life general.

The 4 Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss has been the biggest motivator for me to produce something and to start my own business. Whether I will or not has yet to be seen. This book has motivated me to create something, to make something and put it out for the masses. What I have chosen to create is a Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition adventure.

I hope to use Stargazer’s World as a platform to chronicle my progress and share with everyone what I have learned and how I am overcoming any obstacles along the way. I will continue do posts on other RPG topics. I have no intention of only writing about the progress I am making on my D&D adventure. I still have a video review of GameScience dice coming up. I also will be attending PAX in Seattle this year. Something I am very excited about attending as well as writing about, but more on all of that later.

For now I just want to announce to you, the readers of Stargazer’s World, that I am creating a Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition adventure. I have completed a lot of work on this project so far and I have a lot more work to do before it’s all done. I hope when it’s all over I have something to be proud of and something other will get enjoyment from.

6 thoughts on “Writing A Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Adventure”

  1. Editor's Note: Youseph wrote about an upcoming Gamescience dice review in this post. That's actually the one that went live yesterday. That was my mistake.

  2. @Roger,

    Thanks a lot Roger. It's really scary/intimidating. I really struggled over even posting about it because then what if I fail? I have made a big enough dent in the project through that I feel better about writing posts related to it.

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