We're ready to return to who we are—I believe it's true of our species, but it's just as true for many of us as individuals…
…not the least of which is me. In light of that, the topical nature of the blog needs to shift to reflect what the blog was always meant to be.
As of last post (yesterday) I revealed that I was afraid of sharing my life in terms of what I've been creating, or failing to create, or just how it's been…
…largely because I've been more than a little afraid of what could go wrong if I seem too out of my league, too out of sorts. So, what have I been doing? It's only fair I start writing my blog as I've always known I should.
You may think that it's one of the other reasons I've mentioned…
Fear of hurting somebody, or of saying something wrong—of making a mistake—these are all contributing factors, but the one reason that's kept me back from posting more is…
You may have heard me say, if you were at the convention at least, that the Animus storyworld contains an outlined, planned story arc of 25 years.
How and why would I do such a thing? Isn't that a lot of work? Aren't there pitfalls to doing it that way? Well, fair reader—dive ahead to see what exactly I meant when I said that Animus has 25 years of story ahead.
3000 comics printed—hundreds sold or given out for special deals at the convention—with a beautiful multimedia setup.
Animus has gained ground—but… …all this came with a cost, and its own share of adventure.
Today it was final. I tied up a part of my life I'd held on for almost a decade and let it go. I'd been holding onto things for a long time, and the hands that held them, those hands were not free to do other things.
If you're wondering where this blog has been, this explains exactly where…
It's often a good way for book or indy creators, being interviewed is one of the most useful things to do. Are you interested in being interviewed on the Launch Your Universe blog or podcast?
Schedules fill up quickly, so we may not have a lot of slots available.
Many of you may have seen my tweets about the Facebook page (as opposed to the group) that I help administer.
It's a fun place! Watch the video or read on about the page to find out more.
Now—at last—here is the second episode of your favorite worldbuilding, transmedia, and storytelling webshow. The robot may be temporarily deactivated, but that hasn't stopped me from moving forward!
I'll take a look at our first interviewee's work, and share what I've learned. Click "Read more" to see the show notes.
It's time to give an actual update and some news about the Launch Your Universe website, project, and brand.
As I've told many people, more has happened on this in the last week than has all year. If you're interested in hearing some more about what's been going on, this first LYU update will explain more.