Author has written 7 stories for Star Wars, Dragon Age, and Mass Effect.
I feel like I should update this more.
A few notes on Memory, the behemoth that I began in 2004, on a whim, because my bad novel was bad, and I just discovered KoTOR, and a love for Star Wars. (I came late to loving Star Wars, having never really recovered from my reaction to Darth Vadar being Luke's father, which I thought was a total retcon even at age
Q: It's long. Why is so long?
A: The tale, as they say, grew in the telling. Approach it as a trilogy. There are a few arcs, a few progressions that lead to the next, but also have their stopping points.
Chapters 1-27 are the first part, let's call them, "Discovery," in which the mindwiped Dark Lord rediscovers her past
Chapters 28-45 could be called, 'Consequences,' in which the mindwiped Dark Lord sees the true fallout from her past
Chapters 46-? could be called 'Showdown,' in which the mindwiped Dark Lord faces down the Big Bad(s) from her past
Or something like that. Maybe something less cheesy.
I am very committed to finishing this after my more-than-a-decade-long hiatus. I've written the epilogue (subject to change) and the penultimate scene before the conclusion (subject to revision). I'm having a lot of fun, even with the depressing bits. Hopefully you, dear readers, are too. My rough estimate at this time is it will be done around chapter 70.
Q: What's Oblivion?
A: The prequel to Memory. Working on it too, but there are some bits of Memory I need to sort out before I work on the next part of it. An astute reader might surmise those bits have to do with the fate of one very special character...
Oblivion is something I want to be a stand-alone too... but not convinced it's working as one. It's subject to some revising.
Q: There's some editing you could--
A: I know. I've got a list. I have done a fair amount, but the entire thing needs a few more passes.