In addition to being the primary name on TechRepublic’s IT Security column, I have another (semi-)regular writing gig now. I’m not on an actual schedule at Troll in the Corner, but the idea is for me to write as close to once a week there as I can reasonably manage amidst the rest of the doings in my already overburdened schedule.
As of today, my first article at Troll in the Corner has been published: Finding Inspiration for NPC Concepts. Hopefully you’ll like it as much as the enthusiastic first commenter did.
I have vague plans in mind about topics for other articles soon, including a stat block and description for a new critter, some stats and background for NPCs in support of a module, and maybe an overview of what niche Pathfinder RPG fills.
I’ve been kicking around the idea of starting up an RPG-focused Weblog of my own, but I don’t think I’d get around to it any time soon, and might not maintain any kind of writing schedule at all, so a gig writing for someone else will probably prompt me to write more often and has already prompted me to start writing much sooner than I probably otherwise would have started writing. So . . . there.