I hate to say it readers, but I've been cheating on you. Writing-wise, that is.
I have a dear friend of mine I've known since junior high who was like me not too long ago--bored and unemployed. She's kind of like the sister I never had, especially since my mother claims her all the time as her missing daughter. It's funny, let me tell you. Any my dear friend and I decided we should do the awesome thing we said we would do years ago.
We should make a web comic.
Now mind you, I don't think I will ever get to some of the same fame as Penny Arcade or Something Positive. It would be arrogant to say that this is an eventuality. But my friend wants to practice drawing, and this is a story I've been trying to work on since high school. In fact it was used as the setting in my D&D campaign in college. These characters and this story have not left me in about 7 years. For me, that's a long time. And I'm very loyal to my stories it seems, so I have to write it sooner or later.
Now that I'm a bit more settled in my new job and I'm finally getting a good pace with this writing stuff, I'm not going to be as absent as I was previously from this blog. But I'm hoping you all can see how this can benefit you! You will soon have a new web comic to be entertained by.
It's not going to be a web comic that you readers will be used to. Its a fantasy setting with political intrigue and religious prophecy. It's not going to be all fun and games. It's going to be a real story, with a real ending I know of too. We'll see how that works out for us. Also, don't expect it anytime too soon. There is a lot that the two of us need to work out.
In the meantime, please forgive me! I'll never cheat on you writing wise again! I will always come back to you readers!
Also, this means some hilarious posts about my writing process. I promise.