"Frozen Adventures" announcement trailer!

The announcement trailer dropped this morning for one of the projects I’m working on - Frozen Adventures! It’s a really charming puzzle/adventure game and I really hope Frozen fans will enjoy playing it as much as I’ve enjoyed working with the lovely Jam City team on it.

Check out the trailer below, and go HERE if you want to pre-register and get some goodies!

Mid-2019 Status Report

Well now that 2019 is more than half over, (a fact that is, frankly, shocking), I thought it would be a good time to get a post up on the ol’ blog about what I’m up to these days. I’ve officially been a freelance writer for about 9 months now, and I’m happy to say that it’s going really well. It’s a little strange not having a single job to report to people when they ask “what I’m up to these days,” but the variety definitely keeps things interesting.

In the mobile space, I’m the writer for projects at WayForward and Jam City, which has been a really fun new muscle to stretch - Heavy on dialogue and light-touch storytelling, not so much on complex character arcs or twisty plotting. Additionally, I’m writing something for King that is a bit more narrative heavy and definitely one of the bigger challenges I’ve taken on lately. Looking forward to having more to share about all three of those soon.

On the other end of the spectrum, I’m super fortunate to be working with some very cool teams on a pair of bigger projects that I’m still absolutely sworn to secrecy about. Fingers crossed I’ll be able to share more about both in the near future.

Onward and upward!

Video from Konsoll 2018!

Molly and I gave a modified reprise of our talk, “Writing & Narrative Design: A Relationship” at Konsoll 2018 in Bergen, Norway this past October and had a lovely time. Konsoll is one of our favorite conferences ever, and it was such a pleasure to be invited last year alongside all the other amazing devs. The video was recently uploaded of our talk and you should totally check it out below if you’re interested to hear more about my and Molly’s process when putting interactive stories together!