Personal Blog #4

Hello everyone,

I just thought I’d regale you with another tale of my life as of late. As you’ve possibly noticed, we’re into the third week of my new project, Night God Bless: Tales from the 2nd Arlandrian Civil Warwhich I mentioned in my last blog post. I’m enjoying writing it, and I hope that if you have read it, you’re having a good time reading it too. It’s a project I’ve had at the back of my mind for a while, and I was unsure whether I was going to lace it in with Industrial Espionage or have it as a side project. Obviously, I will be referring back to the events of Night God Bless in Industrial Espionage as they share a few common characters, but the question was whether or not I have something that goes into detail about those events or not.

I decided I would, and here we are!

In other news, I am very very close to finishing Hikari’s Coma. I have a few endings planned out in my head, and I’m writing out each one to see which I feel is the most appropriate given the context, and the one I like the most. Once it’s done, I am going to select a few people to go through it and give me some initial feedback. After that, I’m going to edit through it, make sure it’s as good as I can get it, and then self-publish it, hopefully in time for Christmas.

Once that’s done, I can work on Industrial Espionage. I’ve been doing a lot of planning around it. I’m planning on buying a big cork-board so I can pin all my scattered bits of paper on it so I have some semblance of order in my hectic plan. I might upload a few photos soon to give you an insight into my processes! (I’ll have to tidy my room first though.)

That’s all I really have to say on these matters at the moment, but I’ll do my best to keep you updated through the usual channels. As always, thank you for your support!


5 thoughts on “Personal Blog #4

    1. Hello Professor! Many thanks! I took the liberty of visiting your blog, and The Punchy Lands sound like a very curious place indeed!

      1. Indeed it is! And I am sure that is the case, although thus far I have found that normality is often a matter of perspective…

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