Rhyme-o-mancy takes time-o-mancy
Hey I intended to have the next Dylan & Thomas up on Wednesday, but we're going to have to punt this one. It's turning out to be a lot tougher to write poetry-intensive updates than the prior backer stories. :-/
I like what I have written so far, but it's not long enough to count as an update. I'll admit I was tempted to post what I had, just to not miss out on the income from those of you who pledged to the backer stories. But that would be cheating. Let's just slate a long update for next week and I'll turn my attention back to Book 3 for a while. Sorry about that!
I'd really encourage you guys to make some sort of a buffer. Save some money or work a part-time job for a bit. Create a month or two worth of posts and the come back to your current schedule. Since you guys are getting paid based on updates now, this will make it so that you can have a consistent paycheck coming in instead of having to decide between a paycheck and quality content.
That said, thanks so much for choosing quality content! Thats a really honorable thing to do
There once was a man from Nantucket
Who carried his fish in a bucket.
He hopped on a train
and he rode up to Maine
Where he and his fish make a decent living writing free-verse limericks for the New Yorker.
See? This Rhyme-o-mancy stuff is easy.
Thanks for taking the time not to do it this way...
Let me guess. You figured that of all the updates, this one would be be fun because of the rhymes, right?
Every single time I think something about a work assignment will be fun, that aspect is a minor nightmare at best. I've gotten to where I want my assignments to lack all attraction because the odds are there won't be any problems knocking it out in good form. And then I can go have actual fun somewhere :)