Progress Report – January 2015
January 2015 was busy.
It was a good month for tying up some small loose ends online.
On Ad Astra, in response to a prompt about crack ship pairings, I posted a new Times of the HG Wells story, Makeover.
Over eighty stories have at least ten reviews and 1,000 reads. And of those, twenty have twenty or more reviews and 5,000 or more reads. Of those, five have fifty or more reviews and 10,000 or more reads. And of those, two have one hundred or more combined reviews and over 20,000 reads, Reversal and Revved Up, which accomplishes this feat with only one posting.
See the Stats page for individual read and review counts.
I worked on The Badge of Humanity, the third and final book in the Obolonk trilogy. Also, I spent time on the earlier two books, including working with beta readers.
This Month’s Productivity Killers
Being published! Seriously – as paradoxical as it may sound, you get emotional and busy, and so it’s more difficult to concentrate on being productive. Plus I spent a lot of time concentrating on wholly original work; Star Trek fan fiction was often set aside in favor of that. I was also, in the final third of the month, again immersed in school at Quinnipiac.
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