I put an end to "The Watchmage of Old New York." I was planning to end it after the second story arc anyway, so its not a big surprise to me. There is a third story arc, but I'm not going to bother posting it.
I realized that I am more comfortable writing in the traditional novel form, due to my tendencies of changing stories in the middle, editing and re-editing, and working from both ends at once. Also, while Jukepop Serials is a paying market (which is great), I feel like the voting system is based less on the quality of writing and more on who can spam the most.
Instead, I am rebooting the concept as a series of novels. This gives me the chance to change what I dislike (and there is a lot) and expand on the characters and especially the world they live in. As I've been writing, I've been reading up on 19th century New York City. Not only have I fallen in love with the setting, but I've realized just how inaccurate other attempts at it (Gangs of New York, Copper) have been. I want to really do it up right.
If you've read "Watchmage," thank you for your support. If you haven't, now's as good a time as any