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Thursday, November 30, 2006

A Blast from the Past

Anyone remember Legacy of the Swan? It was a story that I started writing and posting on the blog. As you've either remembered or figured out, it didn't work out so well. There were a couple of reasons for this, the main one being that I started posting the story right after I started blogging, so almost no one knew my blog existed. Actually, that's still something of a problem, but I'll save that for another post...

Anyways, I decided that I didn't want the story to fade into oblivion and might start writing it again, so I dug it out of the archives and gave it it's own blog, which you can check out here.

For those of you who are wondering how this will affect my writing of More Than a Job, don't worry. It won't. The vast majority of my creativity (95% or so) is going to be devoted to finishing More Than a Job, so updates to Legacy will be few and very far in between. I just can't stand starting something and not finishing it.

And while we're on the subject of More Than a Job, I've worked out my problems with Chapter 7. It should be up by Monday. I'm giving myself some leeway with this deadline because I haven't been able to meet my "done tomorrow" and "done in 2 days" promises, and that's getting to me. Also, I'm thinking of combining Chapter 6 Parts 1 and 2 together into one Chapter. What say you?

And one more thing before I go...

A while back, I started writing a story based on the legends of Robin Hood, entitled Ghosts of Sherwood. I've been thinking about posting it for a while (that'll give me incentive to finish it). Interested? Want more info? Let me know.

2 comments:

nerdjedi said...

No.

Anonymous said...

too many stories at one time. not wise.