So I started a podcast

I like writing, but we live in a tl;dr world now, and I’m always worried that potential “readers” are put off by large blocks of text.

So I’ve been looking for a medium to talk about my interests and experiences without requiring my prospective audience to wade through thousands of words of prose.

I considered YouTube, but I’m kind of camera-shy. Recently I’ve been listening to a lot of OSR podcasts, and I thought, well, I can do that. So here goes:

I don’t at present intend to stop writing the blog. But sometimes I’d like to ramble on about some things that I suspect people would prefer not to have to read for themselves.

Author: Robert

I'm a freelance editor and stay-at-home dad. I've been running Dungeons & Dragons for my daughter, son, and their cousins for about two years.

4 thoughts on “So I started a podcast”

  1. Great start on the podcast, no need to edit out all the interruptions, we are use to it. I am starting a game with one of my boys and six of his friends. Any lessons that I learn from this harrowing experience I will pass on to you.

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    1. After a couple of D&D games with seven kids, 12 and under, I learned that rules go out the window. Its best to start with the B/X sets due to the minimum option of PC choice.


  2. Robert thanks so much for talking so much and so nicely about my book Woodfall, you made me so happy
    If you want a free copy of woodfall (free delivery too) for a friend I can send one, as a thank you 🙂
    You can PM me on kickstarter or write to me at if that sounds good to you


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