I’ve been busy working on another KillerGuides.com book over the past couple of months, playing TERA extensively. It’s a great game, much more enjoyable than Star Wars: The Old Republic, and worth playing if you haven’t signed up yet.
My guide is for the Lancer tanking class, and should be available soon.
Back in April I was also working on a guide for the HP TouchPad, which is around 30 pages long and available free from MakeUseOf. I’ve previously provided a Windows Phone guide along the same lines.
We’re approaching the end of the month so I thought it might be a good time to give a few thoughts to the current shape of my career as a freelancer.
Over the next seven days I will be producing output for MakeUseOf.com, working on two special projects (both of which I hope to be able to reveal next month) and beginning the development of my sister-in-law’s online business, a website which will sell baby clothes and other essentials.
Along with the usual Kasterborous work and podKast the majority of my time will be split between Karen’s site (deciding upon an engine for the back end and settling on a layout) and continuing the development of my own network of blogs.
It’s an exciting time, but a little fraught given the large gap between external contracts!
So, that idea of blogging more often. I might do it. Especially after reading something very amazing which I will come to later this week
In the meantime, this is a personal blog, after all, so we’ll have a picture of the new arrivals:
That’s Erin-Rose on the left, Bruce on the right!