First off, thank you all again for the wonderful reception to the d30 Sandbox Companion. Except for a few hours on a few different days which have featured some great new releases from both large and small publishers, it has been maintaining the #1 spot at RPGNow for three weeks straight (as of today). And if that wasn't surprise enough, I noticed on the RPGNow page this morning that it is now listed under the header "New from Top Publishers." The titles in this section rotate and I just happened to catch it this morning, so I'm not sure when I became a "top publisher" at RPGNow, but that kind of blows me away. So thank you to all who bought, and use, and talk/blog/etc. about the d30 Sandbox Companion. You are the real reason for these overwhelming results.
I have no doubt this has been due in large part to Erik Tenkar who has blogged about (or at least mentioned) the d30 Sandbox Companion in more than a half-dozen blog posts, as well has his interview with Gaming Ballistic. And speaking of Gaming Ballistic, Welbo and I had the privilege of being interviewed by Douglas Cole at GB on Friday evening. When the interview has been transcribed and edited and posted, I'll make sure to put a link/post here. (BTW, Doug, like many of us in the gaming blogosphere, runs things out of his pockets, and the transcriptions of his interviews are an out-of-pocket cost for him; if you'd like to donate to offset his costs, you can do that from the Gaming Ballistic home page.) And here's Doug's original d30 post at Gaming Ballistic.
There area a few other bloggers out there that have given more than a fair share of kind words to the d30 Sandbox Companion, and I'd like to thank them here as well.
Gaming-Guy.com's review -If I've missed someone, it may be just that I missed your post or mention, so please forgive me, and thank you as well!
"Not Your Father's Book of Lists: A Review of d30 Sandbox Companion"
The Frugal GM's post about the Sandbox Resources Hex Map Pack
(which was created both to answer a request from users of the d30 Sandbox Companion, as well as a shameless plug for it)
Terre Tromentate's mention in Italian
(you'll have to have your browser translate if you don't happen to speak Italian,
which I don't)
Sologamer mentioned it this weekend in a play report
(you'll have to have your browser translate if you don't happen to speak Polish,
which I don't)
Martin Ralya has included in his list
"Looking for Tabletop RPG Products on Lulu? Try These"
The Venomous Pao at the Strange Stones blog posted
a bunch of NPCs generated with the help of the d30 Sandbox Companion
And my continued thanks and appreciation to
those who've reviewed the book at RPGNow