Friday, May 15, 2009

How to get your family to play D&D

I've written a column for the Chicago D&D Examiner.com page called "Getting your family to play Dungeons and Dragons". I really like this topic, as it's near and dear to one of the main thrusts of this blog - writing about my solo/family campaign.

In the interest of being fair and public disclosure, I get paid 1 cent US per page view. I don't normally try to push people to my Examiner.com column, aside from the link over on the left there, but I really liked this article and wanted to share it with you, if you're interested.

While you're at it, there are several other RPG bloggers who have Examiner.com columns up - if you're interested, go check out the list of all Games & Hobby Examiners and support one from your local area - every penny is nice!

3 comments:

Fitzerman said...

Hey man, here's a penny.

Brunomac said...

Shit, in for a penny in for a pound. I'll bite. Although the last thing I want is a family member at my game. It'd be different if/when I have kids, methinks.

Chgowiz said...

Thank you!

@Brunomac - I have visions of 3 generations at my table. :)