I've been writing about Critical Role and the Rise of D&D
quite a bit lately, but it seems the upward trajectory of D&D hasn't stopped there.
I just saw that no fewer than FOUR D&D books (Player's Handbook, DMG, Monster's Manual, and Xanathar's Guide) are in the top 20 books selling on Amazon right now.
They are selling better than Jordan Peterson's "12 Rules" or Michelle Obama's "Becoming"
(well, better than the softcover, anyway - the hardcover is currently their #1
top seller, can't beat that!).
That is... really something.
A friend of mine in NYC has just informed me that friends are asking him to teach them how to play D&D in order to improve their dating prospects.
Happy holidays, Christmas, and all that good stuff to all of you!