Any book requires significant support from numerous people. Play to Learn is a truly joint effort, but we each brought unique experiences to it. We each have people we need to thank.
My spouse has to come first. Thank you, Kirk, for being supportive and positive and tolerating my stress when the deadline loomed, as well as for not complaining each time I bring home a pile of new games I want to play. Thanks to Steve Boller, Beth Boller, Kaitlyn Boller, and Nick Kirshner for always being willing to play a game.
On the professional side, I want to acknowledge all my teammates at Bottom-Line Performance (BLP) as well as some of our clients who let me share the games we created on their behalf. The work of these BLPers ...