A new update!
So...yes. I've been writing. About 4000 new words...
(Not dead yet!)
Centuries after the fall of Crystal Tokyo ... it is time for a new band of senshi to come together. Some of them are new faces; others are old faces, reborn yet again. But all of them are in trouble ... because the enemy that destroyed Crystal Tokyo is still out there. And it is waiting for them.
This blog is for comments on the story "Sailor Moon 4200"—progress reports, updates and general random musings.
OK, as promised, here is the current beta of chapter 15. Please let me know what you think - preferably by email.
11,000 words done now on chapter 15. The entire chapter is supposed to cover 2 months, and I've about covered the first week. But I think the pace should improve!
Yes. Happy new year, and I'm working on it. :)
920 words today. Not bad considering that it's the first writing I've done in months.
The young woman who Seki met at the fair in chapter 12 has finally made a reappearance...
Been a long time since I posted...
Well, I haven't been completely idle. Just mostly idle, I fear. Frankly, the writing muse has been far from me for a long time. Mostly that's due to living with my partner; instead of me eating dinner in the evening, and then going and writing, nowadays the two of us eat dinner together, and spend the rest of the evening together as well.
(I wonder how many fanfic writers have stopped writing when they met someone?)
Nevertheless. The writing muse has been nibbling at my ear lately, and I've been getting some words down. One particular interminable scene has finally been finished. The grand total of chapter 15 thus far is now ... er, 4245 words. That's not a lot to show for more than two years, and believe me, I know it.
As a sop to you, to make it look as though I haven't been completely idle, I can at least offer something tangible. I've finally gotten the first 14 chapters of SM4200 together as a pair of ebooks. (Only epub format so far, I'm afraid, but I'm open to doing a PDF version as well, if anyone really wants it.)
My plan at present is to divide the whole series into three volumes:
Neither volume has any cover art at present. If there are any artistically talented people out there reading this, who'd like to contribute something, I'd love to hear from you...