Tuesday, November 29, 2016
My hiatus begins
As I mentioned on g+ a few days ago, we had the twins.
Identical boys. One born on November 22nd, the other born on the 23rd. Eight hours apart. Yeah, it was a rough labor. My wife is still recovering and I'm doing as much as I can to take care of everyone.
The first and eldest is named Kanan Ezra Satanis. I wanted it to be Zirnakanan, after a dark elf city in some half-remembered D&D adventure or campaign guide, but that didn't happen. She fell in love with the name Kanan. Oh well, he'll always be Zirnakanan to me.
The second and youngest is named Kylo Phoenix Satanis. Yeah, I'm kind of surprised the wife went for that. I'm also 74% certain that he's going to be the evil one. ;)
They're both healthy and happy (albeit continually fussing/crying when they aren't sucking down booby milk). I can't ask for more than that. Will produce pictures when they're out of that unflattering newborn stage in a few weeks.
These are the last kids I'll have, unless there's an act of god out there brewing. Five is a good number for an adventuring party. We'll have to see how that goes in about a decade from now, maybe less.
Anyways, that means I'm on permanent vacation for awhile (yep, an oxymoron). But I'll still try to post something once a week or so, here and on Draconic Magazine, just to keep the creative fires burning. I expect the RPG projects will reemerge this Spring... hopefully.
I was able to accomplish quite a bit in 3 years. I'm proud of my prolific ways and means.
A few projects were squeezed in before a birth or vacation or self-imposed Kickstarter deadline. These things needed to get out there. So, I wrote my ass off in a blur of psychedelic hues, splattered gore, flashing blade, laser blast, the crunching of bones, obscene gestures to tentacled idols, and whispered ululation for those dark forces of the earth... until those manuscripts were finally conjured before my warlock hands. Obviously, +MonkeyBlood Design (Glynn Seal) worked his magic to make them look fantastic.
Here's a list for those keeping track. Well, that's it. So long and thanks for all the awesomeness!
p.s. No, their birth certificates don't say "Satanis." But there's always a chance my kids will take up that moniker one day, when they're older.