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Greetings. I want to let everyone know that after a long hard internal debate, I've decided that we will start posting some blog posts. Right now, we are looking at trying to get one in a week. This will be in addition to our Podcast episodes.

So why you ask are we going to be to doing this? To be truthful, I wanted to do some blogging again. I love doing the podcast but I thought writing a blog post now and again would be fun. I contemplated writing on other people's blogs, but I knew that I would only be able to write maybe one blog entry every week or so. I guess you could say I was worried about screwing someone else over. Then there was the fact that posting on another blog wasn't really helping out the Podcast. So, it seem logical to just do it right here.

Now long time listeners/readers of RPG Circus may note that I've said similar things before. And that is very true. Of course, in the past I was really concerned about if I was going to Post again to the Bone Scroll blog. Which I should admit was an option I considered again this time. It really all came down to what was good for the Podcast. Writing a blog article on RPG Circus every once in while can do nothing but help promote the podcast. Besides there are times that we do topics on the podcast and I'd like to expand something we have said there. Not to mention that sometimes this would be a good places to answer the some email comments we get.

At any rate, you can look forward to at least one blog post per week. Currently, I have at least 8 or 9 topics I want to write about. So that will take us a couple of months at least. As a matter of fact, you can expect the first such blog post sometime later today.

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Jeff Brissette (aka Bonemaster) was the Editor and Lead writer for the blog, The Bone Scroll. He has been playing Role-Playing Games for over 25 years. When he's not gaming, he's a software developer and database administrator. Naturally, he's the technical lead for the RPG Circus Podcast as well as it's nominal producer.

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