-- From Lukethanuke, commenting on "D&D: Journey through Crocodile Crossroads".
My response to Luke's question got so long that I decided to make it an actual post rather leaving it as a comment that no one but Luke was likely to see.
Thank you so much for your kind words. I'm really glad that you've liked my stuff and in particular that you liked "Crocodile Crossroads." That one hasn't gotten the same kind of play on social media that "Malvern Manor" has gotten, but at my table, the actual encounter designs worked quite a bit better. Alas, things that I like always seem to go unappreciated by most of my audience.
Anyway, the short answer is that more is coming, but that these stories take some time. As you may have noticed, I have lots and lots of other things that I also write about.
|The Fire-Breathing Elephant, courtesy of my daughter Emma.|
I also have a piece coming out from ENWorld's En5ider in a few weeks called "The Mystery of Mordecai's Monster". I pitched the story as an expansion of "Malvern Manor", but beyond having the same basic high concept (i.e. the baron's son is missing), it's completely new. Folks are going to really, really like that one, and on a personal note, it was both extremely weird and rewarding to work with an editor for once.
Folks have also started asking for a Wanderhaven Sourcebook. That's become a back-burner project, but I'm sure I'll get to it eventually. The outline's been sitting in the Notes App of my iPhone for a couple of years now.
Finally, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention my fiction, most of which is set in Wanderhaven. My book started as a series of short stories I wrote for my kids based on a few of our D&D adventures, and I continue to think that D&D fans will enjoy them. It's still my writing, and it's still D&D; it's just D&D fiction (ala the Forgotten Realms novels) rather than being an actual, pre-generated adventure. There is a ton of free fiction on my Patreon page, but if you ask me, it's worth the $2.99 to get the complete book for the Kindle or Kindle App. Multiple folks have told me that trying to read the PDF versions on a tablet can be a pain in the ass, and I have to say that I agree, unfortunately.
Having said all of that, what would you like to see?