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Progress Report – Second Quarter 2019

Check out how the second quarter 2019 was for writing Star Trek fan fiction. More stories are posted and there's so much to do!

A Look at Star Trek Fan Fiction Writing During the Second Quarter 2019

How awesome was the second quarter 2019 for Star Trek fan fiction?

Posted Works

Barking up the Muse Tree | Janet Gershen-Siegel | jespah | Quill | Second Quarter 2019First of all, on Wattpad, I posted Reflections Down a Corridor. I also added Supply and Demand, and then started Entanglements.

So currently I am not posting anywhere else. So as you can see, this report is kind of sparse.


See the Stats page for individual read and review counts.

WIP Corner

Nothing! Everything is basically ready. So I’m probably never going to complete These Are the Destinations. And Paradox depends on a co-writer for me to write it. So that is hit or miss. Plus, I will be the first person to admit, it feels … weird.

So what that also means is that this blog may very well be coming to its logical conclusion. After all, once the last of the E2 stories shows up in Wattpad, unless I put something on Ad Astra, then there will be no news. So that’s pretty wacky, eh?

I Hate this New Editor with a Passion

So seriously, it’s awful. I never, ever asked for this. It’s like writing for two-year-olds. So if I could go back, I would be a lot happier. Do you hear that, WordPress? Your new editor SUCKS! Yeah, I really and truly mean that.

Prep Work

Once again, nothing! Except for putting the last few books for the E2 stories into Wattpad’s draft system, there is absolutely nothing for me to do. But that’s a good thing, too, as I am mega busy these days. So as of now, everything is in the hopper except for Everybody Knows This is Nowhere.

This Month’s Productivity Killers

Work, but that is something which anyone should expect. Because I am done with writing Star Trek fan fiction anyway, the truth is, it kind of does not matter anymore.

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