An Actual Schedule

Now that the first story arc or volume is complete, I think it’s a good time to announce I’ll be toning down the rate I’m posting chapters.

I’ve been considering this for a while now and I’ve said as much in a few comments. It’s ironic how I started writing because of my impatience, but now I risk piling that same pain onto others. It was a bad idea to post them daily, and I don’t want to compromise anything or burn out. This is a hobby after all.

I have decided to post chapters on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (well, from the time zone I’m living in) starting tomorrow with chapter 24.

Don’t worry, I still have a lot of passion for this story. If anything, I want to thank everybody for reading and giving me so much support. The fact you sympathised and cared for my characters fills me with joy. Tyler’s adventure will not be ending soon.

And I swear from now on I will control my tendency to write cliffhangers… I hope.


 

12 thoughts on “An Actual Schedule

    1. Great idea on pacing your self. For readers, we would like to see at the very least a weekly release, daily too is nice, but, 2-3 chapters a week might results in a more refine chapter and makes the author more resistant towards burning out, which is preferable…

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  1. You probably already know this, but staying active, even if the releases are less frequent, is the most important thing. And we’ll stay happy as long as you never give up (until the story is finished anyway).

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  2. And I swear from now on I will control my tendency to write cliffhangers…
    Find out whether I succeed at this next chapter!

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  3. Thank you for your works! I like the way you plan things out. Lots of people with writing as their hobby burned out and quit because they messed up schedules and priorities, even though they still have lots of ideas.

    Cliffhangers are fine though.

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  4. Daily is a fast pace, and there’s less time for things to “cure”, so to speak. This seems like a rational decision from someone who’s trying to be realistic about the demands of their craft.

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