If there is anything from this experience I've learned it is that there is a lot to learn. And all of my weak spots are starting to really show. The game idea is something that I've had in my head since my Dad (I remember watching him some evenings with his teachers quorum playing Risk and thinking I knew it well enought that I could play with them. Probably where I got the bug from :)) bought Todd and I the Game Master series of games (I've mentioned this in past blogs), but the sales and marketing part of it is going to be tough. This became even more evident over the past few weeks when I found out that much of my family didn't even know I started this blog. I'm not terribly pushy, if at all, and I'm going to have to learn to put it in peoples faces a bit more I suppose. Hopefully the convention in Las Vegas next month will help me. I do have a strong passion for board gaming and especially REVOLUTION and I just hope it's enough to get me over my many weaknesses.
I would like to thank my wife and family for their patience and support while I've been trying to make a go of this thing. They may never know what it means to me, especially right now when that learning curve is smacking me right in the nose.
Just a quick little reminder that we're going to try to get together this weekend for a game if anyone is interested. I have two set all ready to be played or loaned out.
THANKS AGAIN TO EVERYONE!