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Author Bret James Stewart's Monthly Musings, Issue #022
April 07, 2017

In this issue, Bret James Stewart grapples with the following:

A Pipeful of Trouble fantasy RPG adventure module

The Wisdom of Trees XII: Poplar

Book Reviews

Welcome to the twenty-second Monthly Musings newsletter wherein I let you know what’s going on in my world and why you should care.
A Pipeful of Trouble adventure module is a Labyrinth Lord compatible product for player characters levels 1-3. It is a fun adventure with dungeon-crawls and role-playing. The party is commissioned to help the local Halfling village which is having an unusual problem with bandit raids. The module is appropriate for pretty much any old-school style game.

It is available at RPG Now in electronic formatte. It will be available as a hard copy as well in the future. Check out the link below! RPG Now A Pipeful of Trouble

I finished one of the poems for my fifteen-poem cycle, The Wisdom of Trees. This one is XII: Poplar. It is a haunting description of the way things were and are and might be. I usually do not use many modern descriptors in my poetry, but this one features a comparison/contrast of the Olde Tyme and the new. It is not available yet as I want to complete all fifteen poems before releasing the cycle and the individual poems.

I have a Book Review page on my author's website that connects to my Goodreads book reviews. I don't review every book I read, but I do review the majority. There are 100 or so available now in a number of different genres, but predominantly religious and fantasy books. Check them out via the link below. This month, I reviewed Pleasing God by beloved Christian author and pastor R.C. Sproul as well as The American Family Robinson by David W. Belisle, a great tale of adventure that does a great job incorporating elements of American pre-history.

Bret James Stewart Book Reviews

Thank you for checking out my newsletter. I’ll have more for you next month. Until then, keep reading and growing.

Sincerely,Bret James Stewart

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