Before I start, I want to give a shout out to the significant, and oddly suspicious amount of French people that have visited this blog recently. Thanks for stopping by, but remember, I do have a longbow. You wouldn't want me to go all Battle of Agincourt.
I probably should have written this post yesterday. Procrastination has always been my strong suit.
I must admit utter defeat in my NaNoWriMo, and for getting enough writing done to equate to 1,000 words per day. I did get some work done, but when I hit a plot hole the size George Clooney's smug, it wrecked my plans. Augmented Genesis will be back, but it needs to sit for a little bit and work out some of its baggage.
Human Echoes found its way back into my life. for a long while, I thought I was going to shelf the project; call it a good first attempt but just practice. Human Echoes Mk III is now my official work in progress. I would say that this is about a 90 percent rewrite, and I am hoping it will lead to a nice little trilogy. I should stop saying that before I scare myself off out of doing it. I have a pretty significant issue with intimidation by a giant projects.