Part of my excitement is that I can see an end in sight for H&T. Well, sort of, anyway. As time passes, I realize more and more and more just how much work H&T will need in the end. Admittedly, and while this in no way affects the seriousness with which I regard H&T, this book was an experiment or sorts. I wanted to try a collaboration with TheArtist and I wanted to see if doing a serial would keep me rolling consistently on a single project. In short, the experiment worked. TheArtist and I work well together and TheArtist also has created an interesting body of work in the process. Also, other than my obvious dips in productivity, writing for H&T has kept me on a bit of a schedule.
The other part of my excitement is what will happen to H&T once it is complete. Right now, H&T is in its roughest stages. Conception happened right here on the blog. This recent time away, as much as I wanted to be writing, has helped me recognize some of H&T's weaknesses and where I need to strengthen the story. I feel bad in a way, because the few of you who keep up with H&T aren't really getting the story at its best.
Of course, as I have droned on, H&T will receive an enormous, tremendous, edit. TheArtist intends to remaster Honor's image...for the cover. We will self publish H&T in e-book format. That's the plan anyway.
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