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  • Ruth Nov 11, 2012 @ 14:25

    I don’t play but my son-in-law and grandsons do. I’d love to get your models…:)”…space instead of Heaven.” I love it!

  • Amazingrace Nov 10, 2012 @ 0:40

    Have never HEARD of Minecraft, but am fascinated, adn would LOVE to get a zipped download of the models when I buy the book.
    Gee, guess I’m a nerd/geek, too.

  • Paul D. Williams Nov 10, 2012 @ 0:09

    Yes and yes. And yes. I’m not the only one who does this! 🙂 Now I don’t feel quite so crazy nerdy.

    I think you should just go ahead and do stuff like this anyway, and maybe you’ll lead people to new pastures as well as giving to those who already have it.

    And do the same with any other software, service etc. Heck, I pretty much started my IM / ghostwriting / content creation career thanks to you mentioning a Jimmy D. Brown product years ago…

    Minecraft is a great prototyping tool and I love that you can stand in it and see what your characters would see etc.

    (Yes, I couldn’t post yesterday. I replied straight after your email arrived too. I just kept getting a ‘Sorry but we can’t find the post you are looking for’ error. Thanks for caring and fixing!)


  • Niche Nov 9, 2012 @ 12:50

    😮 I need another game and its time-suck like I need a hole in the head… However I would love a screenship or print of the ship’s map, I can get by without a 3D version.

  • Harald Nov 9, 2012 @ 11:17

    I can’t even vote, for some reason.

    My son plays Minecraft, and we host a server, but I don’t play. But I’d love to have the models to play around with!

  • LisaH Nov 9, 2012 @ 9:19

    That is so cool! I’m just starting to experiment with drawing maps to help with plot development. Never thought of building locations/scenes in Minecraft. That sparked so many ideas for me! Thanks! 😀

    Do you, perchance, play on a server or have video of your builds?

    • Holly Nov 9, 2012 @ 10:06

      Don’t play on a server. Don’t have video of the builds, but could do one if I moved the Cady map from my laptop to the computer that has Screenflow…

      That’s a cool idea.

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