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Alright, so now that the business with my show is concluded, I am now capable of resuming work on Sleepless Flame. However, there are a few things that may be impeding it, either temporarily or permanently, depending on circumstance.
I have several videos I have to catch up on and upload. Some pen related stuff and others beading.
I have also taken up another RPG campaign, even though I have told myself I wouldn’t. I am not sure how long this one will last, but it is a use of my creative lifeforce.
I will be trying to adhere to a strict schedule in terms of posting updates, but in the meantime, here is a starting update for this week on Sleepless Flame:
Going back to work on Chapter 6. Currently it sits at 26 pgs with 17,372 words. Page 26 is 75% full of text.
Goals for Next Week:
I hope to finalize the newly added segment to a point where it actually blends in with the rest of the work. That is minimum, but I also hope to be able to make some progress with the editing for the rest of the work.
Personal Feelings on Chapter:
Well, this RPG campaign is a bit distracting because I have ideas flowing out of my eyeballs about it, and it is difficult for me to focus on making the chapter sound better. I only really wanted to spend one day designing this week’s game, but I am stuck on previous parts. I can only hope that getting back into a routine will help this.
That’s all I got for now, if you have any comments, questions, ridicules, feel free to send them my way.
the notebook problem: you see a notebook. you want to buy the notebook. but you know you have like TEN OTHER NOTEBOOKS. most which are STILL EMPTY. you don’t need to notebook. you’re probably not gonna use the notebook anyway. what’s the point? DONT BUY THE NOTEBOOK. you buy the notebook.
Magazine submission sent. We shall see, but I’m not expecting much. In the meantime, I have done some long overdue reworking on chapter 5.
I reworked an old short and I am going to try and submit it to a magazine. What do you guys think about the newest version?
The panels reverberated violently to the rhythmic thuds of the bass. What had started with simple head bobbing evolved gradually into foot tapping. Keystrokes were pressed in harmonic patterns. His fingers fluttering until the silky sound captured his limbs, his arms stirring the air in smooth undulations. Malik was overtaken, his torso swayed as his mind was taken prisoner by the melody, snatched away from the outside world. He glided over to the environmental controls, sliding the light down to a more appropriate mood.
The slow tempo smoothly transitioned, elevating to a mighty crescendo. Malik slammed into the pilot seat, swiveling the cushion around in circles as he continued to make waves with his arms and shoulders. As the bass shuddered through his skull, a surge of energy coursed through his muscles, causing his movements to grow jagged, violent. The beats repeated, commanding his every move like an auditory puppeteer.