January(ish) Recap

January is always a rough patch of the year for me when it comes to writing. So much so that it has become a tradition to slump after the holidays, spend a couple weeks wondering what’s wrong, then realize it’s happening again and make the requisite mental and physical course corrections. Nothing fancy, just more reading and running when weather allows.

Season Two of Skies Unbroken launched on schedule with Episode One: Last Call. The follow-up left a lot to be desired and I’m not satisfied with how the rollout’s gone. This episode is turning out to be far trickier than I imagined. I think I’m past the rough patch, with the rest of the episode shaping up into something useable. The ending is…curious and more of a question than a resolution. The first arc of episodes in season two are generally shorter and add up to a single finale. Or that’s the plan, anyway!

I released a commercial ebook of Season One on Amazon. This is an optional way of supporting the series, available on Kindle for $1.99. There is no new content in this release. You’re not missing out on anything compared to what’s on my website or the free download available on the Season One page.

A commercial ebook implies a couple things by definition. First is cover art. You can see my serviceable amateur efforts on the Season One page. Graphic design is hard. Any emergence of an art budget will replace this cover in short order.

Second is a Goodreads page for Skies Unbroken – Season One. Add, rate, and review as you wish.

At some point, Skies Unbroken picked up a TVTropes page. I discovered this a couple hours ago and its made my day, despite how surreal it is to see. So, a shout-out and a toast to whoever created and filled out that page!

Finally, on February 1st, I was the Writer of the Day over on the r/Fantasy subreddit. Feel free to check out that post and a handful of questions about me and my writing.

Hmm. Now that I’ve laid everything out, I do feel better about how the first month-ish of season two went. I just need to pick up the pace on actual chapters.

Onward, then!

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