Author has written 6 stories for Pokémon, Left 4 Dead, Warcraft, StarCraft, and Invisible, Inc..
"It would seem as if lesbians are the foundation of a successful narrative. Who could possibly have known?"
Not until now do I realise the previous profile message was signed on a future date a year to come.
I've recently returned from yet another brief hiatus. I do that kind of thing fairly often, due to motivation fluctuating like my blood pressure, leaving me with very little focus and so much to do. Even though I'm putting out a lot of rapid updates right now, it most likely cannot last long. I will be participating in what the boring calls 'a full time job' very soon, and it won't be something casual either. There's a good chance I will be far too exhausted to do any updates until the weekends, and end up putting it off due to burn out. Perhaps that's thinking too far into the future, but it's 9 in the evening and I'm out of tea, so I blame that.
With that said, I'm happy with how my stories are progressing. At this point, I have some plans for another story, but I'm currently holding it in fear of becoming physically incapable of the responsibilities that shall inevitably come. I honestly don't think Defense of the Ancients will ever be completed in my lifetime, but I keep doing it just to see how far I can keep pushing before everything breaks down and it will go into another two years of inactivity. Silverlite, on the other hand, is a fairly simple piece that would not be too long in length. It's brief enough in chapters and limited enough in scope that I'm confident and the ability to complete it to a semi-satisfying degree. Not in the near future, however, because we're all to familiar with how terrible I am at keeping to a schedule.
For the very few of you who are still wondering, I'm still working on the final, edited versions of my finished work. They will be posted below the line beneath the last paragraph as links to be accessed at any time. They will also be in pdf e-book format for ease of reading, among other things. At the end of the day, this process will take a really long time due to scrutiny, and there will never be a promised time line. However, I will eventually finish with it, but perhaps FFN will be shut down by then. Such is the way the world turns.
I'm just sitting here tapping great rhythm.