BTW, for me, GameLit is a platform I wanted for the books I have planned. A good half of them are solid LitRPG, though the other half didn't fit entirely (mainly, not crunchy enough). GameLit allows me to claim a single genre for my audience and release all of my books there. So, even though some of my books are LitRPG, I may just use GameLit instead. I also feel that LitRPG has some baggage problems. Not that GameLit is free of this, though we don't have a father, we don't have someone trying to trademark or control the genre, the website is 100% for the community, etc. (The website will be getting a lot of changes soon). Anyway, my point is, I like GameLit as a genre more than LitRPG given all the problems I've seen LitRPG have. I still think LitRPG is awesome, though as an author, I'd rather be in a more open and accepting genre where we can push the envelop without fear of the #NotLitRPG tag.