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Creative things are happening in the nascent Ghastly Affair community!
Watch members of the Facebook Tabletop RPG One Shot Group discover Ghastly Affair aboard “The Lady Lovibond”. Thank you to all the players, and to the members of the One Shot Group in general, for your embrace and support of the game. Naturally, the video is marked as age-restricted, and you will need to sign in with your Google account to watch it.
New author William Rutter has put up an excerpt from his novel “Hunter’s Song” on Kindle Scout. If you have an Amazon account you can nominate “Hunter’s Song” to be published by Kindle Press. His novel tells the story of Lila Davenport, an heiress in Georgian England whose world is turned upside down when supernatural evil intrudes into her life. William is a player in the Ghastly Affair forum of the Play@YSDC boards.
Leave a comment if you’re doing something with Ghastly Affair that you’d like to share. I’d love to hear about it!