There are 19 books currently in the pipeline. It is a veritable flood of revised products, and they will be released as the Director’s Cut editions. Because this initiative can be a bit overwhelming, they will be released in 5 waves with 3 to 5 books per wave.
The first wave will be:
- !Building Characters: Director’s Cut
- IBuilding Worlds: Director’s Cut
- !Building Adventures: Director’s Cut
Here’s some important information:
- These will be revised, reformatted, and thoroughly re-edited editions, in PDF, epub, Kindle (MOBI) and hardcover formats.
- If you own the current digital formats, you will get the Director’s Cut digital formats pushed as free file updates via your DriveThruRPG library.
- The price for digital formats will be increasing. So if you don’t already own them, you can purchase them now and save.
- Hardcover print-on-demand editions will be available at the same time as the digital release.
- Hardcover format is A5 (bullet journal) size. Easy to use, easy to carry!
Files for the first wave books will be sent to the printer next week. After that. it’s a matter of how long it takes them to send me the proofs for approval and make any necessary corrections. While that’s happening, I will be working on the second wave.
There we go, folks. Things are moving.
A Flood of Revised Products
Dancing Lights Press is a lo-fi publishing studio founded and operated by Berin Kinsman. One of the earliest RPG bloggers, Berin has been playing tabletop roleplaying games since 1979 and writing for the industry since 1992. Since founding the company in 2016, he has published over 100 bestselling titles. You can find Dancing Lights Press online at DancingLightsPress.com, and on Twitter as @LightsPress.
We champion a lo-fi approach to publishing. Utility of content takes precedence over ostentatious production value. Text is clear and concise. Graphic elements exist only to enhance the text. Books are compact, sturdy, and portable. This aesthetic creates toolkits that are useful and affordable. The game isn’t the book; it’s the creativity and collaboration that happens around the tabletop.