Progress Report – February 2014
STOP THE PRESSES!!!!!
Stop the Presses, Part II
Revved Up is going to be featured on Wattpad, starting the second week in March!!
On Wattpad, I finished posting The Continuing Adventures of Porthos – The Future Cat. In response to a request for valentine poetry, I put together the three sonnets from Intolerance and called it The Golden Lady and the Knave. Complications and The Best Things Come in Pairs were combined into a short story for Valentines’ Day and were called Loving the Alien. I posted the two TOS Mirror Universe stories, That’s Not My Name and It Had to be You, as one work, called The New Captain’s Woman. Because these smaller groupings of stories seem to get the best reception, I added the four slash-type stories, under the general name, Future Matches. Those stories are Detached Curiosity & Idle Speculation, The Way to a Man’s Heart, There’s Something About Hoshi, and There’s Something Else About Hoshi. In order to add to the read counts for the Gina Nolan universe, I started spinning out Hold Your Dominion, which will also include Good-Bye.
To round out Clockworks: Times of the HG Wells, I added Calendar Turning Event #3111, Mirror Masquerade, Paradox, kes7’s Survey Says …, Stocking Stuffers 2013 (Auld Lang Syne only), and Meeting of the Minds. This finishes up context for the time being for that series. For the monthly challenge, which is about the origins of holidays, I posted Legends.
For Valentines’ Day, I added Finnan Haddie to Archer’s Angels.
On Fanfiction.net, I continued posting Flight of the Bluebird.
On the G & T Show forums, I finished posting The Continuing Adventures of Porthos – The Future Cat. I also promised to post the Emergence series next as there was an expressed interest in it. I decided to begin with Intolerance, as that is essentially a prequel. This is the M-rated version of that story.
I worked on the wholly original story, The Obolonk Murders. I started a wholly original short story, Truth in Advertising.
This Month’s Productivity Killers
I continued at school at Quinnipiac University and that naturally took up a great deal of my time.
I was also genuinely bowled over by all the attention I got from getting a publishing contract. I’ve been livin’ the dream.
And I’m still shoveling snow.