July, AKA Half my year is gone and I don’t know what happened.

Hello everybody.

Another month already. Wowzers, it is a little insane to think that half the year is gone already. It’s even crazier when I think about how much has happened in the past year. I’ve switched to a new job industry (more retail, but I hate my life a lot less than usual when at my day job) and I moved halfway across the country.

In the same time, I’ve managed to make some significant progress in my own personal projects during that time. Yep.

That has been my life. A combination of short-term successes and long-term stress sources.

Anyway, as for July, I’ve finally decided on a plan for how I want to fill the literary space after the November series and up till I manage to publish Echo. To sort of fill out the timeline and history of my world from the start of November and the start of Echo I’m going to make history-book like shorts that explain the history of the world. So nothing to fancy, but it’s not as complex as short-stories and not as short-lived as the blast stories from June.

I think it’s an okay idea? Honestly, it’s an idea I have time for. A full-bodied short series like November is going to take all my time away from finish my novel and even the shorter “novella” I have planned would just push back me finishing Echo. So I have to focus on something. Hopefully I’ll find a way to keep it interesting, but otherwise, it’s a fun way, in my opinion, to fill in the blanks between now and the “future” setting that Echo takes place in.

It will not be a weekly publishing like the shorts from June, I plan to hopefully do monthly or bi-monthly releases. This is currently planned for the week of the 28th, so be on the lookout for the first History publication that week! Just to note, these will not have an official title like “November” or “Echo” and are simply more like a Q&A of the world!

Hope everyone enjoys it when it comes out, but until then.

The next episode of InkSpot comes out Friday!

Till next time-





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