Category Archives: Writing RPGs

Heya folks! Thurston Hillman here. Taking some time out of my crazy schedule to post a recent update of products that have come out with my name attached. The coming months are particularly packed with new projects that I had the privilege of working on, so I just wanted to give a bit of an overview of

Recently, my good friend, Jessica Price, posted about looking for thoughts on how people coped with anxiety/depression/feeling overwhelmed in the face of writing a project, along with holding down a freelancing job and managing to hit deadlines. This reminded me that in my previous Free Freelancer Advice article, I’d promised to touch on writing projects.

As mentioned in my last post, I’ve been working nonstop on several freelance projects. Recently, I’ve had a lot of other freelancers approach me for advice on how I handle projects. I’ve also had some professionals in the industry ask me about providing some advice to the freelance community. I have A Plan™ for this,

Greetings! It’s been just over two months since my last update, and I thought I would make a post on what has been going on. Since my foray into becoming a full-time freelancer after GenCon, I’ve been inundated with a lot of work. Obviously, updating this website should be a large portion of building up

Hello valued readers! I wanted to make this post as a bit of amends for not having updated my blog over the past week. I’d made a promise to myself to start posting more on my site, but life always has a way of getting in the way. Luckily, my current dilemmas are a bit of