I closed out 2017 with a nasty flu that had me down for 14 days. One of the gamers in my group showed up hacking up a lung and like clockwork five days later I was running a fever and coughing up mine. I had a day or two where I felt almost well enough to do a little work on Black Campbell products, but it was a fortnight of no gaming, missed Christmas with the in-laws, and a missed anniversary dinner, and a missed New Years Eve party.

It was a crappy end to, what for me and the others working with me, has been a pretty good year. Black Campbell Entertainment made back its investment on the products we’ve created and (more importantly) everyone has gotten paid, we released our first print book, Queen of the Orient — a guide to ’30s Shanghai, then followed it up with a print version of all our adventure scenarios to date in the bundle Thrilling Action Stories! We’ve got a small board game designed by a 6 year old kid, for kids called Monster Killer! that should be out soon, and a couple of new ’30s pulp adventures, the first of which is going to be Secret of the Jaguar Temple. Progress has been made on the Sky Pirates of the Mediterranean sourcebook for Fate and Ubiquity, which will provide a campaign setting and adventures for sky  pirates and mercenaries in the 1920s and ’30s.

So a Happy holidays and New Year to all of the readers out there, but especially to susan Rhymer, Jim Sorenson, Adam Blahut, Matt Bohnhoff, Chirs Colguin, Bill Forster, and all the others that have made this year so good!

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