The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,300 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 22 trips to carry that many people.
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I have completed my major rewrite of Brothers in Arms and am working now towards the end of the book! If you have been reading it, I advise you to search for any reference to Y’Anid or Ynga and skim it over so that you can roll with my changes. You may also wish to go over the beginnings of each chapter in the flashforward sections. I’ll explain why in my post on the Development Notes. The links above take you to the website and the pdf, or you can read it here on Scribd.
In other news, the website moving project chugs along in between my preparations for my Witch’s Eight Paths of Power book tour. I have added most of the Appendices, the music, and the navigation references. You may also be interested to note that I have added a link to my story, “Survivor”. I am taking an entirely different path with the character art; I am creating character write-ups in a reference page called “Dramatis Personae” so that you can look up the characters in each novel/story. I haven’t posted it yet.
That’s all for now. Development Notes to follow!
Stage One of the website move is completed! You can now read all the books from https://toysoldiersaga.wordpress.com. Stage Two, the moving of the art, begins this weekend.
. . . But moving plans continue anyway. It is a sorry state of affairs that it takes Webs more than two weeks to fix a massive, total-site problem, and the only reason why they did so is because somebody who is *paying* them complained. The forums have been discussing the sites since they first went down.
The moving plan is proceeding on schedule, or perhaps even a little ahead. The main page, the links to the novels, Book One and Book Two are up and running. I will need to figure out how to create a Gallery (something I have never done) to transfer the art, but that is still well ahead in the moving plans.