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Reality Check: July 20 2020

Dancing Lights Press

The website overhaul, a Hippogryph Codex status update, the Christmas in July sale, and more. Here’s the Dancing Lights Press Monday morning Reality Check: July 20 2020.

Reality Check: July 20 2020

Oh, hi. Welcome to the first-ever Monday morning Reality Check from Dancing Lights Press, This is going to be an informal weekly newsletter-style update. It will be sent out to people who opt in at our website to received notifications via email. Otherwise, you can just read it at the Dancing Lights Press website.

Site Overhaul

The Reality Check is part of an overall revamping of the Dancing Lights Press site. We’re currently adding our own shop and generally making the site more useful and easier to navigate. There’s still a lot to be done, but things have been shaping up rather quickly. While we’re still going to be selling at DriveThruRPG, the Shop will have some exclusives and all of our cornerstone titles.

Hippogryph Codex Update

All of my efforts this week are focused on releasing the Hippogryph Codex. I may  push it until after the Christmas in July sale is over. Traditionally new releases tend to get buried by site-wide sales at DriveThruRPG. That not only hurts initials sales, but the book’s performance in the long run.

Christmas in July Sale

Christmas in July Sale 2020: Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, DriveThruRPG is where the discounts are at! That’s right, Christmas in July is here again! Get 25% off most Dancing Lights Press digital titles! Put the jingle bells on, and keep some jingle in your pocket, too! Check out Dancing Lights Press Christmas in July Sale 2020 Titles

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About Dancing Lights Press

Dancing Lights Press publishes creative aids and story games that embrace a minimalist aesthetic in design and presentation. The spotlight belongs on the creativity of the players as they converse and collaborate on plot, worldbuilding, and character development. Roleplaying is an activity, not a book. Our titles are merely part of the delivery system.

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