5/14/2013, It's been SO LONG! · 9:03pm
I feel bad, but you know why, so I won't explain.
Anyway, the first ever TwiDash Group Fanfiction Contest finished with only one little hitch! A delay due to miscommunication on my part ended the contest 12 hours after the scheduled time. But still, that's pretty good for the first run, is it not?
Anyway, I just wanted to let you guys know that I'm not dead and to welcome my new followers that I somehow managed to garner without putting anything up in almost six weeks. You guys are awesome!
Now for the real reason I made this blog. Remember that contest entry fic I was making? Yeah, it's still a WIP. Due to time constraints with school, my EMT class, FD responsibilities and work, I've barely had time to breathe. Dreams will be available soon, but my question is thus:
Dreams is over 15,000 words long right now. I'm looking at about 20-25k for completion. Should I upload it as a one-shot as I intended, or as a multi-chapter fic, so it's not as much of a commitment?
Advantages of one-shot:
This is the way the fic was meant to be read. So much emotion is carried through the scenes that it's important they be read one-after-the-other so that the emotions stay fresh.
Advantages of multi-chapter:
You won't have to wait for the fic to come out; I could upload the first half right now!
My friends on the TwiDash chat have given me mixed opinions, so I thought I'd ask you all.
I'm alive and kicking. I've been busy lately. Next fic is getting long. Should I split it in two and upload the first half now, or leave it as a a 20k+ word one-shot?