Next month, we’ll be starting a new serial as well as a new updating schedule. I’ll be updating with new fiction twice a month (1st and 3rd Fridays of each month) so please check back to see the new serial.
Hey, gang! Episode Four of New Phase is live! Go check it out and see what Shotaro and Miya, and their new friend Eric, are up to as they try to get to the bottom of Eighty-Four Industries’ plot for the Kodana Shofter.
Once again, I must apologize for the delay on this. Losing a laptop and several months worth of work is no small set back. I’ve been frantically trying to rewrite and recreate this and the final episode which I am hoping against hope to have ready on schedule for next Friday (the 4th).
After New Phase is complete, I have (or will have) a new serial lines up and ready to go. I am looking to switch to twice-a-month updating, which will hopefully help the serials flow a little more smoothly. Also, the next serial will be considerably longer, currently slated at three ten-episode segments. So look for that in August.
Sorry again for the delay, everyone! Thanks for your patience!
Episode Three is live on the Serials page (or just click here to jump right into the story). Life on the streets of Japan is taking its toll on Shotaro and Miya, but things get even worse when Eighty-Four Industries brings in outside contractors to hunt them down.
There are a couple of new sections now available. The Articles Page is where I’ll be linking to articles that I’ve written for other sites. Right now, I only have my most recent, an essay I wrote for The Modest Proposal about periodicals that have influenced us. Definitely check out all the articles in The Modest Proposal, because they’re all very awesome.
For the moment, I will be updating new episodes of my serials the first Friday of every month. That will likely change as I build up a stronger backlog and confirm that I can maintain this production rate.
There’s a lot of excitement happening right now, a lot of big things in the works. Stay turned for more updates! 🙂