Not dead anymore
Yeeeey he’s not dead. Not this time. And we’ve learned a very important spell 🙂
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I think I have gotten over my Christmas hangover. I was upset, but so many other people are stranded in the exact same way that it’s difficult to play the victim. And actually… it still makes me happy that my family with get together for dinner even if I can’t join them. I’ll have a small Christmas-themed dinner in Tokyo, with my fiance. And we’ll wait for covid to… dunno, stop blocking travel, I guess, because it’s not going away.
I started the second volume of the Bone Shard Daughter (Bone Shard Emperor) but didn’t reach much yet. And a book about culture differences and how that affects business? Not sure if anyone here finds that kind of thing interesting, but my team at work is very multicultural and reading this book has been extremely amusing. I also discover my own biases and inclinations, which is pretty entertaining. If you’re interested: The Culture Map by Erin Meyer.
For my writing… I’ve set aside the draft I was working on since I had no heart for writing comedy. I need to wrap up that book but I don’t have the strength at the moment. So I’m taking a little break and brainstorming the next story in the meantime. It will either be a winter-themed adventure or a sci-fi weirdness with aliens. I’m still so terrible at outlining things… But the more I brainstorm up-front the better the ideas are, so I’m forcing myself to actually spend the time and go through all the alternatives and fish out the pearls from the mundane. We’ll see. Maybe I’ll be able to resume writing in January, and maybe my solemn mood will continue hindering my creativity a bit longer. It’s a real thing. I don’t even feel like drawing at the moment and it’s terrifying. I hope I can fix that soon.
Stay safe and warm, and enjoy the upcoming pages! There’s a very exciting page up for the Patreon patrons already 😉
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