So far 2012 has been a very busy year for Contains Moderate Peril. There has been much to write about and to discuss on the podcast. Both the gaming and movie scene are particularly strong and interesting at present and there is a wealth of material to cover. The audience continues to grow for both the website and the podcast and I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their continued support and feedback. I have been especially looking forward to covering the launch of Guild Wars 2 and attending this years FrightFest film festival in London.
However the realities of life are never far away and sometimes have to take precedence. Due to a family bereavement I will be putting my immediate involvement with website and podcast on hold a while and will not be posting on the usual daily basis. I will endeavour to add new material as and when I can, but obviously my attention needs to be focused upon my families needs at present and the practicalities involved with the current situation. Thank you to those who sent some kind messages yesterday. They were appreciated.
However, despite my personal circumstances, I would still like to see Contains Moderate Peril participate and comment on the current scene and events. Therefore I like to extend and invitation for guest posts and contributions from readers. If you have something to say about the launch of Guild Wars 2, or an opinion on the delay of the launch of Riders of Rohan, then here is an opportunity for you to share your thoughts with a wider audience. Also if you would like to submit a movie review or recount your experiences at this years FrightFest, I would love to hear from you.
If you would like to contribute to the website, then please drop me an email via the following address: email@example.com and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Current circumstances permitting. Hopefully in the not too distant future a normal service will be resumed and Contains Moderate Peril will be back to its usual (or unusual) self. In the meantime thank you all for your ongoing support and patience with the reduction of output.