Word!I know, nobody says 'word!' any more, but what the hell, I'm old.
Here's something I found at one of my many email accounts this morning:
We're publishing a book on the best (unique) HeroClix website on the Internet. I'd like to print your adapted rules in the front. Our in-house team play-tested the adaptations and gave them "five out of five" stars. We will credit you for your work, of course, and provide a link or links to whichever part of your website you'd prefer. If you provide us with a mailing address, we can also send you a copy of the published book.
Please let me know if this is acceptable to you. If you aren't comfortable
with it, I completely understand.
You can find a complete line of our pop culture books (published through our Lightning Rod division) at www.windstormcreative.com/lightning/index.htm.
Thank you for your time.
Chief Executive Officer
I checked out the link (you need to put a 'http://' in front of it to get there) and it seems on the up and up.
No money, naturally, but I suppose a little more attention can't be a bad thing.