Hello Book Blogs,

I'm a relatively new member here, though I have to say I'm impressed with how welcoming you all have been.

Introductions first. My name is Michael Bujtas. I am a student, a writer, and a game designer. For the past year, I've been working on an interesting project that makes an attempt to combine both tabletop games and novels together. I call the project Masquerade.

Masquerade is a story revolving around an assassination plot on the king and nobles of the most powerful country in the land. In the game, players compete with one another to find, kill, or protect the 'King Card'. In the novel, readers explore the intricate assassination plot, discovering the major characters involved and their motives while following the rise of the one true heir to the throne.

To attempt the first printing of this project, I've set up a Kickstarter with the same name (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/708854852/masquerade). We're nearing the last 10 days of the project and are currently 40% into the funding we need. Everything about the project, from the book to the cards, has been created by only me, it's a one man project. But I consider anyone who helps back us up a member of the Masquerade team.

Is there anyone interested in this sort of thing? If not, do you know where I might go to spread the word?

Thank you for your time! I will be exploring this site more when I have freetime.

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