I’ve worked The Art of Wargaming for two years.

The early rough draft and notes came out in late 2014/early 2015. I sat down and divided Sun Tzu’s The Art of War into sections for potential blog topics. Many of which made it on the old version of The Word of Stelios… where very few people read it outside my local group of wargamers–and they only commented when I shared my posts on Facebook (and only on Facebook).

Only one reader commented on the website itself, and they said something like: “You’re such a twit. Nobody is ever going to read this.”

The Art of Wargaming is far from my most popular series, though it has the most posts. I haven’t promoted it much in the last year since I restarted the series along with this website. That’s one reason.

Another reason may be that roleplayers just aren’t interested in reading about wargaming.

Or the series sucks.

In any case, everyday in March will see a post about The Art of Wargaming. Everyday. Focus.

If the series is lousy, then its really time to finish it, be done with it, and move on.

Or people might like and it’ll bring me fame and fortune.

I’ll still post Mini Monday’s and Soundtrack Saturdays, and other assorted commentary. but they’ll come later in the day for the month of March.

Thanks to all who read my posts.

If The Art of Wargaming isn’t to your tastes, I’ll see you in April.