Needless to say, I’ve had a pretty eventful month so far. Aside from my computer breaking down, I also got pretty badly sunburned after going outside for the first time after my second vaccine dose. Work’s been a bit slow.
Still, I’m almost finished the first half of the last chapter of Lords of Infinity, with about 65 000 words done and maybe at most 10 000 or so to go, so this month hasn’t been a complete wash.
Of course, I’ve also had the time to do this month’s A Creator’s Guide to Writing and Worldbuilding, A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea, and An Adventurer’s Guide to the Fledgling Realms, which are all available on the website now.
I’m going to try to be brief here, mostly because I’m typing from my phone.
This is because my computer just died.
It’s an old machine and most of its internal components date from about 2013, so it’s hardly a surprise. I’ve actually been counting on the money from Lord’s of Infinity‘s release to help but a new PC, and all my work is safely backed up on a cloud server, so needless to say, it’s timing is more inconvenient than disastrous.
That being said, definitely expect delays this month – hopefully only for a few days, but definitely for a while.
Update, Aug. 16th: My computer has now been fixed, thanks to the time and effort of some close friends. While there’ll still be a few delays, we should be back on track.