Too much of a good thing

So, it turns out there is something that can kill my obsessive compulsion to keep up my personal blog: managing professional blogs as my full-time job. Shocking! But true. Well, I’m about to head off for a three-day weekend to celebrate the lunar new year with the fiancée’s family, and that’ll probably be stressful enough that I’ll tumble gleefully back into GameSpite’s welcoming arms upon my return Monday. Probably.

Also: books! People are finally (finally) starting to report having received their copies of GameSpite Year One, Vol. 1, and I’ve managed to get about a third of them in the mail with a few dozen packaged up and ready to be dropped off at the post office. Once again, I seriously underestimated the difficulty of mailing out several hundred pounds worth of books, but I’m working through my idiot burden as quickly as life will allow me. So that’s good. Furthermore, the second printing should arrive in a few days, so I should be able to open up orders again after the first of February.

Now, behave while I’m away! Or I’ll kill your face.

15 thoughts on “Too much of a good thing

  1. Can’t wait to add that book to my Parish shrine. The only thing it’s missing… IS A PARISH.

  2. To those who received the book:

    When did you order your copy?

    I ordered mine an hour or two after the order form went live and haven’t received it yet. I’m very much looking forward to it.

  3. I ordered mine right away too, JP, and mine just showed up today.

    The thing’s a little beauty, Jeremy – it looks even better than I expected.

  4. @ jeffk

    Thanks. I live in the midwest so it will probably take a while for it to arrive by carrier pigeon.

  5. I ordered mine first day too, but I’m relatively close up in Seattle. It’s quite the sexy beast. You know…for a book.

  6. I just received mine in the mail today and I must say it is very impressive.

    I have just one small suggestion for volume 2. Table of Contents. I know the book is in alphabetical order, but a ToC would be a great addition and make it even easier to find a particular topic.

    Thanks for putting this together, Jeremy.

  7. I ordered mine within the first few hours, but still no dice. It’ll probably show up on my doorstep Monday, though it’s amusing to me how much I’m anticipating something that could easily be read online *right now*.

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