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I really, really, like seafood. ... And dark chocolate. Can't forget about that, too.

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  • 145 weeks
    Creator breakdown, apologies owed, reflections and plans for the near future.

    Well ... this is awkward, my dear readers and fellow writers.

    As the title says, it is about time that I openly state what has gone wrong with me in the last year.

    I am not sure what the hell went wrong with me, but my productivity has gone down the drain by many a factor.

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  • 218 weeks
    New Chapter released.

    Well, here goes the next chapter of TEV.

    I hope you enjoy it!

    Have a nice day!:twilightsmile:

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  • 219 weeks
    Progress, and timings

    Well, in between work, real life, and time spent outside, I've yet been able to chip in a few words every now and then to the next chapter.

    I'm currently at ten thousand words aprox at the latest wordcount.

    Will publish once I've covered what I wanted to cover in the chapter - so I'll drink up to that!

    Have a nice day! :twilightsmile:

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  • 222 weeks
    It is good to be back on track.

    I am now at two thousand words into the next chapter. It is titled: 'Dark Tidings'.

    It certainly feels good to actually be able to type after so much time blocked by being thoroughly distracted by Real Life(TM).

    Oh, how wonders will never cease! :rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh:

    Well, I'll do my best to post it in a couple of weeks - if not earlier to catch back your attention, dear readers.

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  • 223 weeks
    Oh yay me... U_U

    Well, took a power nap and woke up an hour later than I wanted to.

    So the published chapter is an hour late for publishing.

    I'm sorry! :raritycry:

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Roof Replacement Shenanigans Mk. 2 · 11:02pm Jan 4th, 2018

Hello, dear viewers.

The job is done - the roof is spankin' new, new dry-wall fixtures on the walls that required it, electric installation, water installation and etc.

However, the new contractor left half of the dry wall plastering too thin - and to who will it fall to fix that? Yeah, me.

The less said about the painting procedures, the better - but that at least won't be as hard as plastering what's missing.

Fortunately, I'm no longer under writer's block so I'll continue working once I've completed what I owe in editing to other authors who patiently awaited for me to be done.

Thank you again for your understanding - and may I have the strength to pull this off well enough.

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