I'm guessing that by now quite a few of you may well have heard the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast (number 78) in which Neil Shuck interviews my good friend, Richard Clarke from TooFatLardies.
Meeples & Miniatures Podcast - Episde 78
Most of the discussion is about wargames rules writing and rules mechanisms, and Richard's attempt to build in "friction" and uncertainty into his wargames rules, including his World War One set "Through the Mud and the Blood". As you may also have noticed, these are also my preferred set for wargaming the Great War, although I do like using others from time to time.
If you've not listened to Neil's podcast before, it's a fantastic resource and episode 78 is a great place to start.
If you've not come across the TooFatLardies rules before, this is also a perfect place to start as Richard has a knack of explaining his design process and philosophy very clearly.
It's a really excellent episode, and highly recommended. Five out of five star shells.