Just writing a quick post here, for anyone who hasn't picked up on it yet.
I've committed myself to another writing project... a big one. It is to be called They Were Our Gods, and it will be a book celebrating British games and programmers of the Eighties. I don't believe they get anywhere near enough credit in games books, so I'm aiming to put that right.
I've got a blog up and running for the book... kind of like ZZAP! 64's Diary of a Game, but less interesting. Nonetheless, if you want to see my daily struggles and successes with the book's progress, go here: They Were Our Gods.
I'm two weeks in... there's a long road ahead, but let's see how it goes.
In the meantime, I won't be completely abandoning A Gamer Forever Voyaging; after all, I can't spend all my time on that, so I'll still write about games I play that are unrelated to the book. But you'll forgive me if it's updated less frequently than you'd like, I hope.
So, please join me on my journey if you're interested. Even better, spread the word. The more people that get behind the project, the better. I've got a Facebook page if you're into that sort of thing, you can like it here: Facebook - They Were Our Gods. I've also set up a Twitter account that you could follow... you can't link to Twitter accounts, it seems, but the name is @TheyWereOurGods.
Here's to an ongoing saga of tears and happiness, trials and tribulations and above all, games!