I'm sorry to say that I won't be offering a new and insightful article or review this week. Things have been a little busy here. But I will offer some news that might be of interest to you.
I finished reading Evermeet: The Isle of Elves by Elaine Cunningham. It was a tremendous novel that gave a full history of the Elves of Forgotten Realms and turned Evermeet from a ideal, pastoral land of happy Elves into a wonderful place to set adventures that involve intrigue and deception. I highly recommend this one (along with any other novel by Elaine Cunningham) to fans of fantasy fiction or Forgotten Realms fans.
I also finished reading Tribebook: White Howlers. Jess Hartley has done a great job of not only exploring this extinct tribe but creating an entire campaign setting within a relatively small Tribebook. Another highly recommended book! And yes, I will have a full review of this one in the near future.
As many of you know I'm working as a freelance writer for The Onyx Path so I dedicate most of my time to working on that project. I'll give you all full details of the project when it's published.
Finally, I'm hoping to have a full and spoilerific review of Hoard of the Dragon Queen ready for next week. I just finished running it for my D&D group, and I feel this one deserves a thorough review, not only as a book but as an adventure that has been run to fruition. There is a big difference between reading an adventure and running it.
Well, that's it for this week. See you in two weeks, or maybe sooner if I finish up something early.