on the horizon

28 02 2013

Little midweek short post to keep you up to date. Normally I don’t push current blog entries down but I’m guessing I’ve got all the feedback I’m gonna get on coa//008 already.

  • I’ve got a survey up for volume//002. If you’d like a hand in helping me focus on characters and city aspects you want to see, this is the way to do it.
  • I’m working on a weekly webcast, video game themed. Details to follow. Thinking Wednesday nights for it but I can change that up if something works better for you. UPDATE: I’m gonna try a live show experiment tonight (Weds 2/28) at 8pm Eastern. Be ready!
  • This Sunday, the Kickstarter launches. I’ll probably launch it around 6pm Eastern, and there are some “early bird special” tier rewards, so you’re going to want to be here for them!
  • I’ll need your help spreading the word about this so once it goes up, tell everyone you know who enjoys good fiction. City of Angles has a really, really small readership and this is a good opportunity to turn that around, but I can’t do it without your help. If you’re reading these words right now odds are you are a long time fan and in a good position to lend a hand. Grab a friend, right now, send ’em the link, and see what happens!

Exciting times!




4 responses

28 02 2013

I was a teenage Piccasso! As told to National Enquirer?

28 02 2013
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

And then she can run off with Bat Boy and Elvis for a torrid three way love affair.

–wait, Elvis survived in the City of Angles universe. That doesn’t work.

28 02 2013

Gee, I always thought of Scarlett as a main character; she just didn’t have a story yet.

28 02 2013
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I shuffled some names back and forth across those lists. I probably should’ve put Hollister on minor, or just combined the lists. But I figure if anybody wants to expound upon their answer, the blog’s right here for that.

There’s definitely interest in Scarlett powering a story, although I’m not sure what it’d be yet. Her interest was primarily in countering Bedlam, and now Bedlam isn’t the main threat. We’ll see.

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