Victory! Schedule restored!

4 years ago | ubersoft (Member)

One of the reasons I put Curveball on a monthly schedule was to emulate the comic book nature of the story format. The other reason was because I thought "hey, I can do this in a month."

The first reason--the gimmicky one--works ok. The second one has been troublesome.

The web version of Issue 5 juuust barely fully qualified as the "November Issue" because I posted the last page on the last hour of the last day of November. The ebook didn't go out till December. The web version of Issue 6 says "December" but it should say "hybrid" because the last part got posted in the early morning of the New Year, 2013. :P And Issue 7 says "January" but it should say "Jan-Feb" because pretty much the same thing happened. And of course those ebooks were posted in the wrong months (6 in Jan, 7 in Feb).

But today, essentially a little under two weeks after Issue 7 went up, and the day after the Issue 7 ebook hit Amazon and the rest (due to troubling DSL issues) I posted the web version of Issue 8. MY SCHEDULE IS RESTORED. :-D

Now to put The Points Between back on the rails.

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  1. Fiona Gregory (Moderator)

    Posted 4 years ago

    I'll be waiting for the next Points Between podcast.

  2. ubersoft (Member)

    Posted 4 years ago

    I'm at a con this weekend, but if all goes according to plan Chapter 26 should be up late next week, with podcast a few days after!

    Curveball (Updating)
    A Rake by Starlight (Updating)
  3. SgL (Member)

    Posted 4 years ago

    Congrats! What convention is this? Are you tabling or wandering the halls incognito?

  4. MrOsterman (Member)

    Posted 4 years ago

    Falling behind... sucks.

    Nothing drives you to write like NanoWriMo though. Lords of Kobal that was a marathon....

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  5. ubersoft (Member)

    Posted 4 years ago

    SgL, every year I go to What the Hell?!? Con in Greensboro, NC. I have a table, but I never have anything to sell. Well, I do this year, actually, but that's a new development. :)

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