Microlite74 has a forum. You may not know this because it has not been very active the past couple of years. I've received several suggestions that I should just move it to a Google+ community -- from people who would prefer it to be a Google community, of course. While I hate to depend on a third party service that could disappear or be changed to something not useful on the whim of some corporate executive, I'm not necessarily opposed to the idea if people would actually use a Microlite74/78/81 community.
Please let me know what you would like? Keep the current forum or move discussions to a Google+ community? If you like the idea of a Google+ community, I'm open to ideas as to what to call it. I want one community to handle discussions of all my "old school" M20-based games (as I'd go nuts trying to keep up with one Community from Microlite74, one community for Microlite78, one community for Microlite81, one community for Gyphons & Gramarye, etc.) -- but that makes coming up with a name that covers all of them and is also recognizable enough so people will see the name and know what is covered hard. But then as anyone who has ever played in my games knows, I'm horrible at coming up with names off the cuff.
The Lazy Days of Summer RetroRoleplaying Cancer Fund Drive is on. Every $10 donated gives you one chance to win a one of the many early D&D, Empire of the Petal Throne, and early TSR games items items described in the above-linked post. Multiple drawings will be held as described in the above linked post. The highest donors will have a separate chance to receive an Artists of TSR portfolio. These are in addition to the usual PDF downloads and other benefits of a donation to the RetroRoleplaying Cancer Fund. To get help us pay our medical bills (and to get access to some special downloads and possibly the above mentioned lazy days of summer items), send a donation in any amount -- small or large -- to me via Paypal. Thank you!
As of the time of this post $901 dollars have been donated. That's about 26% of our goal and about 19% of the way to the second $750 drawing trigger point.