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Just a few random updates and things, 'cause that's what I do. I'm feeling much better - thank you's to all the well-wishers - the plague had mostly left me, it's just a few mild straggling symptoms left to kick and I should be back to 100% battery life. I should be more or less back on schedule; as much as I ever am. Though there is one thing that could and probably will throw a wrench into that in the near future:
I'm moving! Still not exactly sure when
, but all signs are pointing to 'soon.' I'll be moving to a much more mild and humid climate with lots of green, like when I was little. So while the process I'm currently going through is incredibly
stressful, hopefully once everything is settled down the move will be an improvement. New place, new scenery, new job - eventually - it could all be very good. Fingers crossed.
I don't remember how much of an announcement I made of this before, but I am also currently working on a project that will get published, should the Gods remain kind. I'm one of several contributors to a shared world anthology coming out sometime next year, all based around a retired superhero who opens a deli. The guys in charge of this are much better at explaining it all, so if you're interested/curious, have a LINK
I'm super excited to be a part of this... and also super behind on getting my first draft... drafted. D: It's not absolutely desperate yet, but getting there, and I suspect Last Minute Panic will be my most influential muse on this project. Like many things that involve deadlines.
And last, but far from least; my gentle readers. Those of you who have read and enjoyed Star Trek Teenies
over the last year and a half - has it seriously been that long? - have you ever wanted a teenie for yourself? Over time I have gotten one or two interested parties who have wanted to take home one of these little guys, as a tiny friend or as a companion on micro adventures. But, as much as I would like to make some to send along, they're just too delicate to post. They might
survive the journey, but I believe most transit systems would just be too rough for them. But fear not! Hope comes in the form of *nightelfy
, who has voiced interest in fabricating some mini plushies based on the designs of the teenies. These would be the same handsome devils you know from the strips, while being much more huggable and mail-friendly.
If anyone is interested in commissioning a plushie teenie to hug - or knows anyone who would be! - then head over to *nightelfy
's page and check out her Journal for more info. She's got plenty of other plushies and options for commissions up for grabs as well, so be sure to give it all a look. She's a talented plush-er and her prizes are reasonable, so it's all well worth a look if you've been looking for a made to order plushie.
And that should be it for now. Happy upcoming holidays of all types, everybody, and I'll see you again soon!