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Graywolf-ELM

Explorer
Is the Clockwork Golem still out there? I picked up 3 of your PDF's today to read and hopefully include in my game. I've been out of touch for a while, and some of my favorite resources have been your .pdf's.

The last notice on your website was the 19th June 2006. I hope everything is going ok.

GW
 

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arwink

Clockwork Golem
I would say 'We'll be back soon,' but every time I've said that in the last twelve months real life has hammered me into a state of catatonia or the PDF industry has undergone some major changes that required a quick re-think of the way CGW opperated.

But we will be back. And I plan to have more out in '07 than CGW released in '06.
 

If you guys aren't up to creating more new stuff -- which would be a real pity -- might I suggest looking into print on demand books sold through Lulu.com (or wherever) that would compile your work to date? I'd be thrilled to buy a Book of Lost Books hard copy, for instance. It would obviously need a bit of reformatting, but the writing is already done.
 

arwink

Clockwork Golem
Whizbang Dustyboots said:
It would obviously need a bit of reformatting, but the writing is already done.
If only it were that easy :)

One of the things that's held things up was my computer going belly-up towards the end of last year. When it went, it went in the most dramatic way possible, and it took my primary back-up (a pair of USB drives) with it. I shrugged and went for the back-ups of my back-ups, but only to discover that other computers refused to read CD's burned by the old one.

I lost a whole mess of data; I'm still working out exactly which version of the CGW products I have available after paying for data-recovery on the old machine.
 

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