One often sees on internet fora disgruntled writers complaining about their experiences writing for rpg companies. I just thought I would take this opportunity to offer a word of unsolicited praise for Atlas Games, for John and Michelle Nephew, and for my editor David Chart on the project I recently worked on for Atlas.
Not only was communication clear, the pay generous and timely, and everything very friendly and supportive, they went out of their way to assist me when I ran in to difficulties, even paying me a little early when I was forced to move house by persistent ill health.
While in fact my experience freelancing for rpg companies has been overwhelmingly positive, and i have so far never encountered any problems, Atlas Games proved themselves supportive far abpve and beyond any usual business practice one might expect. It was a pleasure to work for them, and I wish them every success wih the company and certainly will try to write for them again.
Too often we only hear the negative in the rpg industry, so I felt it important to publically acknowledge their excellent service and kindness.
CJ, one of th authors who worked on The Mysteries Revised.