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Heyo, everyone! Agent Slash here with a bit of an update regarding my fanons (Wow. Holy crap, it's been a long time since I made one of these). Let's do this one at a time.
So, as you know, I finished Avatar: Into the Light back in July, thus finally ending the Slash Trilogy. In the months since then, I've kinda been taking a break from fanon writing before moving on to my next series, but the day has finally come for me to start writing again. As of last night, I've finally started writing for my new fanon series: Crimes of Passion. So far, I think it's going really well and I'm really excited to get this out there. I hope to have book one finished by late November or early to mid December, so for those of you who are interested, keep your eyes peeled.
Okay, so, I've got some explaining to do with this one. These two short stories were originally supposed to come out sometime last year. I even completed the first two chapters of Venom and was working on the third, but thanks to a virus wiping all of the files off of my computer, everything I had was erased, meaning I had to start over. One thing about me is that once I've written something, I refuse to go back and rewrite it the same way over again and sometimes I refuse to rewrite it at all. I mean, if I need to make edits to a part of the story I think needs to be changed, then I'll do that, but I won't go back and redo it. To me, you can't recapture what you wrote before. The inspiration hits you in that moment you start writing it and then once you've written it, it's gone and you're left with the result. The inspiration for that scene doesn't come back again. I know that sounds a little ridiculous, but that's just the way I write. So basically, I've had to think of a way to write the story differently from the way it was before, which hasn't been easy. I haven't really had the will to rewrite it either, so there's that. But thankfully, I've gained a renewed interest in writing both of the series and have even come up with a new way to tell the story. The problem is that I've come to realize that neither Venom nor Rise of the Rhinos can be written as just short stories. The more I think about it, the more I realize that they must be fleshed out to full-length stories. This is obviously problematic for me considering I'm already writing Crimes of Passion and that will take up most of my time. I don't know when these two stories will be released, but eventually they will be. Hopefully in the near future.
Well, that's about it. I hope that now that I've finished the Slash Trilogy, people will take interest in my new story, since it's not a post-war fanon and features original characters. I hope to please long-time fans of mine and reach new users here with my future fanon work. I for one can't wait to embark on this new chapter in my fanon-writing story. Bye!