This year, I thought I’d do something a bit different and start out by talking about where we’re going with the stories and such.
So, let’s start with a story I completed: Grand Pilgrimage. With this one, I’ve actually started editing it, nothing major just some minor changes that I think make it hold together better or explain things a bit better.
I’ve also changed the title. A co-worker pointed out that “Grand Pilgrimage” sounds like the title of a religious story to a native English speaker. So, the new title is tentatively Athena’s Wellspring.
I plan to publish it properly on certain outlets like Amazon once I’ve finished going through everything. I may also commission one of the many talented artists out there to do some “cover” art for the store page. Right now, I’ve edited up to the point where they’ve gotten their pegasi and they’re arriving at Wolfgang’s Inn.
For Voyages of the Cerberus, right now I have a couple more ideas for scenarios for the crew to go through. But I may very well end up putting it on Hiatus again and giving you more case files for Detective Hildegard Elizabeta Müller. I may also trade off between the two, giving a VoC scenario, then a case file. Since I do enjoy the detective working supernatural cases with her witch girlfriend.
The Last Draconian should be finished this year. We’re drawing towards a close for the Larick plot line pretty soon and there are other events to unravel, but I doubt it’s a year’s worth. And I do plan on editing and properly publishing that after it’s complete as well. After that, I do have another fantasy story idea I’d like to write. All I’ll say in advance is that it’s going to be more than a little gay. You know, like every story I’ve written on here.
My final big plan for this year is to write monthly short stories and post them on one Sunday or Saturday every month. They might be further Omicron Squad stories or they might be stand alone stories. I’ve even thought about tying them into the reviews I write and basically posting fan fiction based around how I think a particular work would have been improved, but I decided against that. At most, I might make something original that’s the same genre but it won’t be actually using established characters or anything like that.
So, those are the basic, broad strokes plans for the year. If there are any questions or ideas you all would like to see me do, leave a comment. If I get enough questions I’ll take some time and put them into a post. Otherwise, I’ll just answer them individually. And a big thank you to everyone who supported me last year and those who are supporting me this year. I appreciate you all.