I ain’t dead…

Huh, it’s been a while. Sorry I made you guys wait.

Anyway, I won’t bother with excuses beyond ‘real life, argh!’. First, updates. The 2814 series is up and churning again. I’ve finished Takamachi Nanoha of 2814 with what I feel is a strong ending, and we’re having a moor time skip and break before I get tot he next arc/season, Takamachi Nanoha of 2814:LeaguerS. It starts with Justice League— well, point in fact, it starts with catching up with the characters— then begins the slow, slow trudge towards Blackest Night.

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In the meantime, I’m working on a little short arc between the two, Kinomoto Sakura of 2814. It’s about the titular Cardcaptor getting more involved in the workings of the 2814-verse, with her sidekicks Tomoyo and Syaoran.

I don’t suppose I can talk anyone into performing some wikimagic on the trope page?

I’m thinking of joining NaNoWriMo this year. I’ll see how it goes. And once more, I have yet to get around to finishing editing the novel I wrote last year, so no Smashwords upload yet…

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Until next time, which will hopefully be soon, enjoy looking at Misaka Imouto having her morals corrupted!

Fanfiction Status Update, and a few thoughts on why we never see REALLY big fight scenes in literature…

Hi! It’s been a while. I know traditionally, I’m supposed to make excuses, but really, we all have lives, so you already know what kept me.

I’ve recently finished the last chapter of the first arc of the 2814 series, complete with epilogue. You can find it here.

To be brief, Takamachi Nanoha from the series finds a Green Lantern ring— or technically, is found by one— a few days before the start of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha. Hilarity, as the saying goes, ensues.

I hope you find it enjoyable. Writing this fanfic has certainly taught me a lot of the difficulties of writing large group scenes, especially large group action scenes, which probably explains why most climactic battles are one-one-one. Explains why we only get flashes of battles during Deathly Hallows. JK Rowling would have likely gone nuts trying to write everyone’s fight, especially in real time, at the same time. Lets leave that to movies like The Avengers.