Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Well, then.

And with that, I have finished Chapter 2 of Curse/Or. I have now written over 8,000 words and the end is nowhere in sight. In fact, we've just barely left the beginning.

I don't know if I should leap in elation or weep in despair.

And so the question I ask you, dear reader, is this: Do you want to read more?

Whatever you answer, I'm going to write more of the damn thing. I've done this much work on it, and I'm going to see it through. But I get the feeling that most of my readers don't really care for it. Perhaps I should return to writing scathing essays wherein I insult entire countries with polysyllabic character aspersions.

Or I could just type "wang" a lot. Wang wang wang. There's money to be made in dick jokes, I hear.

I know the decision is ultimately up to me, but I want to hear your opinions on the matter, because I am an attention whore and desire praise.

So I ask you: are you prepared to have this novel become the main focus of this blog?


  1. Hmm, I enjoy the story a lot. I also enjoy the other posts you do a lot. Do what makes you happiest. I think a smattering of both with an emphasis on Curse/Or would be best. That's my 2 cents.

  2. Have to agree with David. I enjoy both the random thoughts of Erin, and Curse/Or.

    Also, in honour of Watchmen, if you must reference wange, it's "Big Blue Wang."

  3. Or as one of my friends has begun affectionately calling it, Dr Wanghattan...

    I'd also say more Curse/Or, published alongside research/world-building and any other random posts you want to write based on your interests and the need to take an occasional brain-break from the big project would be great :-)


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