At this point, you have probably noticed that my update schedule on these journals has been—shall we say, absent? This is not a result of forgetfulness, nor is it a result of any hypothetical abandonment of the project; I’ve just been kept busy with a bunch of other things to take care of.
The only big thing I have to announce in my progress is that the dinner scene between Jocelyn and Andrew has been finished, bumping the number of the words in the book up to 18K. I’m expecting that amount to increase by around six thousand once I’m finished with Isaac Norton’s parts in the story.
And when it comes to Norton…I’ve barely gotten a thing done with him. In between my multimedia project, midterm exams, final projects, and keeping up with my expenditure costs, simply writing down further notes of his involvement has largely slipped my mind. Just as well, I have to work on Project Afterman’s script (which has been sitting still these last few days); I at least want to get part 2 of the first chapter complete by the end of tomorrow night.
I would make a joke here that Cuphead has been keeping me from doing any work, but I’ve hardly had any time to play even that. I’ve at least gotten to the flower boss (haven’t beaten him yet, though), but that’s about it. Hype for all the big things coming out these next few months hasn’t taken me from my work—which would be a good thing if my work didn’t involve 85% school, 10% IT, and 5% writing.
Was somebody looking for a dean? A dean of literature? Comics? Art? Humor? If so, I think somebody has stumbled into the right place!