I was looking through my google drive files to find an assignment I have misplaced - and I stumbled on some old assignments I did almost ten years ago for an online fiction writing course (not on this site - an actual, accredited writing course). This was well before I found writing.com, and it was before I had made any inroads at all on battling my writer's brick (my term for an inability to sit down and write). Unfortunately, I only did 3 or 4 assignments before the weight of performance anxiety got to me. That's right, when it actually came time for me to write a real short story, I folded and ran away with my stripey tail between my legs.
You may find it a tad confusing at first, the teachers edits and formats didn't come across in the cut and paste.
I just discovered Tabletop Simulator on Steam. My life is now complete.
"Tabletop Simulator is the only simulator where you can let your aggression out by flipping the table! There are no rules to follow: just you, a physics sandbox, and your friends. Make your own games and play how YOU want! Unlimited gaming possibilities!"
There are free mods for over 20000 board games in the steam workshop available for download as well as paid DLC from board game developers.
I hope you guys are enjoying the unofficial challenge and that it hasn't been too unofficially challenging.
This week's prompts are influenced, if not sponsored by, WDC's own "Invalid Item" , the home of victorian and americana era science-fiction, fantasy and retro-futurism!
IF you would like to talk about the "Invalid Item" sponsoring or collaborating with YOUR challenges or events just send myself or Beck hibernates in winter a message and we can talk steam-turbine turkey!
As you will see from checking out the prompts in the 30DBC forum, a Steampunk merit badge is on offer for next saturday's prompt.