I’ve finally settled on how I’ll be organizing the book. I’ve got tons of notes. And the notes keep growing!
In the last few months I’ve also spent a lot of time scouring the Internet looking for posts about Sorcerer and Narrativist games in general. Where do people get confused? What issues hang people up. I keep finding small, subtle points that I might have glossed over that I want to make sure to slip into the book.
For example, over at Vincent Baker’s Anyway there’s a great discussion going on about how the Shared Imagined Space interacts with the rules. Now, I’ve thought about this matter a great deal. But the discussion there clarified my thoughts on the matter — and I want to bring that clarity to Play Sorcerer.
I’m currently working on a re-write for Michael Eisner. I have a TV pilot that three production companies are interested in. I’ve got a pitch out that Jamie Foxx’s producing partner is interested in. I’m heading off to New York next month to direct a documentary on dance…
And not one of these projects causes me as much anxiety as this book. I just really want to get it right. I was doing a second pass on some pages this weekend, and I think I am.