Wishing all my readers a Chilled out Solstice
(And here’s hoping one of your New Year decisions is to continue to follow me!)
A very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday Season to you!! I greatly look forward to a 2016 enjoying the product of your considerable writing skills and amazing imagination!! Wishing you a really wonderful time with your family plus some rest and renewal for an exciting new year too!!
I thank you for that and wish, in return, that the herons and egrets continue to pose for you, and your lens stay true. And that 2016 is kind to you.
There is a milestone to be reached in this coming year. After running for three years, Feast Fables comes to an end. (The story, not the blog). It’s going to be neck-and-neck, which finishes first, FF or Alsalda. And then . . .? Stay tuned.
My, oh, my, it’s been that long for FF. I remember having to go back to the start and reading through from the beginning after missing months and losing track. After FF and Alsalda finish, ’twill be time for the concordance to your universe to be published!
It is my intention to use FF’s blog to write about mythology, in both a particular and a general way. So, yes, I expect I shall do a summing up of the mythological themes in FF, although I think by then you’ll have realised the main one.
There is yet another story in the series, that chronologically follow after Alsalda (by a thousand years or so). It is ready in first draft. But I might hang back on publishing that as yet. There is another (planned, plotted, backstoryed etc, but not actually written) that I’ve been playing with for a long while now. Well, actually since Neve had her talk with the Reverend Doctor. I might work on that first. Although it’s not obviously related to the Asars, it does share a kind of theme and would make a good follow-on from FF. More I am not prepared to say.
Moreover, 3 yrs, I do thank you for staying with me, as reader, as friend. May 2016 be a better year for you; my regards to EJB too.
And my best wishes to you, too, CP, for the year to come. May present health keep past illnesses in the past!
I’m not sure of the present health, but I thank you the same.
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