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Putting publications in print. Anyone want a copy?

8 Jun

Ploughing through the various ways of self-publishing in print is very interesting. So, I thought I’d share a few thoughts on the subject and show you an early version I have had done for quality comparison.

Back in the day, I remember the old indie RPG crowd in a similar position to Grinning Skull, and remembered the various ways of printing their home-brewed scenarios and sourcebooks and rules. Many were spiral bound for ease of use during play, so first off, I wanted to check it out for the old skool vibe. Since many of the titles in the back catalogue (Of which there are over 100!), many of them lack the large page count to justify such becoming an A4 spiral bound book without either compiling them or changing them enough for such a task.

As you can see, “The Witch’s Daughter” (GSAM01) scenario was a good fit, being that the 68-page count does actually warrant such binding. I can say, the printing of the front and back cover is perfect and glossy, the interior is lovely edge to edge printing of decent quality black and white. I can’t complain about this test version.

I hope to produce limited runs of several titles over time and offer them for purchase to see who would be interested in having a copy (If your interested in getting a copy in this or another format, please get in touch and I’ll give you more details) Print titles planned for this A4 format (Probably more likely to be in A4 Saddle-stitched format) will include Modules GSAM01 The Witch’s Daughter (Above) GSAM02 Singularity (Sci-fi adventure, coming soon) and GSAM03 Betrayal at Tarsus Mor (fantasy adventure, coming soon), plus there will be Grinning skull’s Book of Riddles (an edited and combined edition of 100 Riddles volumes 1 & 2), A collected and added to version of Grim’s Dungeons of Doom articles found on this site, and the next Grinning Skull Compendium/Annual for 2017.

Let me know your thoughts, interest and comments, either by the comments box below, or contact me via the form.

Also, a quick reminder, The Witch’s Daughter is still available from us in PDF format and as part of the “Witch’s Daughter Adventure bundle” deal that adds extra relevant titles at a discounted price.

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Grinning Skull Design Studios: New Release: The Witch’s Daughter, a system agnostic generic fantasy adventure for all fantasy RPGs

22 May

So, I’m back with the next of this months new releases, this time it’s our very first adventure module from Grinning Skull: The Witch’s Daughter.

Written by Allen Farr, this adventure is suited to low-mid level characters, and is a tale of religion, witchcraft, murder and mystery.

This 68 page module is system agnostic, just stat it up with your chosen fantasy RPG system and get playing!

To get the Witch’s Daughter, click here: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/212464/The-Witchs-Daughter-Adventure-Module-GSAM01 or click the link button above to see our ever growing range of gaming publications!

Coming Soon: Grinning Skull’s first adventure module, The Witch’s Daughter!

19 May

Well, almost ready for release is the first Grinning Skull Adventure module, “The Witch’s Daughter”, Other than these few images, I’m not telling you too much, other than a little tease of a few pages.

It’ll be on sale in a few days, and I’ll tell you more then!

New release for April: 100 Rumours for all Sci-fi & Near future RPGs

3 Apr

Well, it’s April already, and doesn’t the year unfold quick? Well, as ever, check out the latest release from Grinning Skull, with 100 Rumours for all Sci-fi & Near future RPGs.

To check out this title, click this link to be taken to the product page

Or to visit our RPGnow publisher page, click below!

100 Summoned Demons, for all Fantasy, Horror & Modern RPGs Out Now!

28 Mar

Back once again with yet another (yes, really another one!) release from Grinning Skull, with 100 Summoned Demons for all fantasy, horror & modern RPGs.

Get your copy by clicking this link now!

Or visit our publisher page link below. 

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