Hey, everybody! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and are enjoying 2017 so far. I’m continuing my determination to make 2017 a better year for me than 2016 was.
And that includes weekly updates! I’m still trying to pick an actual day to have these updates, so they’re a bit random right now, but I’m working on that as I gather more material to post on a consistent basis. You can expect the next few weekly updates to include, primarily, the following:
And that’s mostly it! I’m working on several short stories, but I’m not sure when I’ll find the time to finish those, as there are quite a few. I should have one of those for you very soon, though. Also, very soon, expect a big update with lots of worldbuilding info for the sci-fi universe of Nova Refuge, as I’ve finished a large article about a species of alien called the Wrognoth. I’ll be posting that here – hopefully – next week!
So I ran a little poll on my personal Twitter (be sure to click the link at the top of the site and follow me, if you haven’t! That’s where I hang out the most, in terms of social media), and the results were interesting. Since an update on my thesis was one of the winners, and since I wrote this introduction before Christmas and I will continue working on my thesis for the next several months, here’s that update.
I’ve added a new section under Academic Writing called The Werewolf: Past and Future. It includes a it more info about my thesis itself, as well as a chapter guide. So far, the only chapter uploaded is the Introduction.
Bear in mind that the thesis is very much a work in progress. I’ll be uploading new chapters as I write them, but none of it is finalized until I’ve graduated, at which point I’ll post the final version in its entirety. Consider this a working draft.
That’s all for now! For those of you eager for the third chapter in Echoes, I’ll be posting that either next week or the week after. As I figure out the best way to shape my weekly updates schedule, things may get moved around oddly, so we’ll see how that all goes. But stay tuned – things have just gotten interesting!
Thanks for reading; until next time.