In a weird way I AM working on the new mission book today. Although what I am actually doing is not writing the book but talking to a friend about how she uses missions. She’s giving me some fantastic insights and great information that I will certainly rely on in writing the book. Part of me is certain this is just good old fashioned procrastination, yet another part of me is even more certain that the book has not jelled in my mind yet and that I still need to talk more and learn more before I can write it. And I still think I will be able to make my July 1st deadline.
I know that later this week I absolutely must break open a manuscript and start writing. And that makes me just a tiny bit nervous. Though I am in some ways very much looking forward to having written again, I don’t much want to write. (And yes, I know how utterly crazy that sounds.) Honestly, I feel a bit guilty about cranking out yet another blog posts about writer’s angst. So to give this post just a bit of another focus, I invite you to comment with any questions or observations you have about Empire Avenue missions. Missions can be great for achieving a number of different objectives. And the more eaves you can devote to missions the more things you can get your social media contacts to do. I also will try to make clear some of the many things that missions don’t work well for, in hopes of saving players’ time and eaves from being spent on strategies that have little or no chance of success.
So how about it? Do you have any questions about Empire Avenue missions? Have you picked up any eaves by participating in missions? Have you offered any missions? How did they go? Please leave a comment with your answers to any or all of these questions. And be sure to look for Libdrone’s Guide To Empire Avenue missions coming this summer.