I haven’t had time to put together the full kit yet (though I will), but I have thrown together this social-media option for use on Twitter, Facebook, and the like in the meantime. I fully expect that the full version will be multiple pages, so I figure a mini version is useful to have too.
This only includes the very basic info on the show plus a few reviews and graphics. It’s short, sweet, and easily digestible, though it lacks thoroughness. (Though it needs to be updated already; we’ve hit 30,000 unique downloads since I made this two weeks ago.) It’s like a press kit abridged!
And stay tuned for the full version somewhere (hopefully) not far down the line!
If the month of June has reminded me of anything, it’s that I’m seen and I’m heard.
The first week we started our D&D actual-play podcast, I got my hair cut for our Fate and the Fablemaidens photoshoot (which was done by the amazing Carsen Heater and is featured above). Becca sat with me while the stylist cut my hair, and we told her how we had just launched this show and were so excited for the local convention – and really everything ahead of us.
As fate would have it, she played D&D too – which only sparked more conversation.
A few months later, I went back to the same salon. The moment I walked in, the stylist looked up and said, “You’re the one with the podcast!”
I blinked. “Yes, that’s me.” To be honest, I was a bit surprised that she remembered.
“It’s been going really well,” she continued. “I listen to every episode! I’ve even gotten back into D&D because of it. But I play with a group of all guys, so it’s so nice to hear a podcast where a group of women play.”