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  1. I'm just going to put up an entry about my old characters from when I was a teenager. Mainly just two of them. This is going to get really nerdy and angsty, just so you know. Back in the day I used to play RPGs and actually put thought into the characters I played. I was a part of this one Zelda RPG years ago which was pretty fun. I created a character named Sora (and no, I didn't know this was the name for the protagonist for Kingdom Hearts. XD). I was (am) weaboo trash, so I was looking up names that meant sky in Japanese, so I decided to go with it. The character I chose was a Skull Kid from the Legend of Zelda series who was magically transformed into a Hylian due to Great Fairy technology (magic). His backstory was that he became lost in the Kokiri Forest when he was a child and transformed into a Skull Kid. And after that Sora kinda lost himself. He became alone and isolated from society and kinda feral. I think I had him begin to lure other children into the woods so they would transform like he did. Then he thought he would have a friend in the world. Though, I don't think that ended the way he had hoped. I never really fleshed out this part of his backstory, but I would imagine, had he been successful in turning other children, that they would have run off on their own and want nothing to do with Sora. At this point he had even forgotten his own name and most memories from his childhood. One day he stumbled into the Great Fairy's fountain by mistake. Taken aback by her presence, Sora was frightened. Seeing this poor creature in front of her, the Great Fairy of the Kokiri Forest bestowed an enchanted amulet upon him. Once it went around his neck, he transformed into a Hylian. It had a sort of calming effect on him at the time, though he wasn't sure why. While he still couldn't remember where he had come from, he did remember the name Sora, and assumed it was his own. Though the Great Fairy did not bestow the amulet freely. She explained that with its magic he could travel the land of Hyrule freely without fear of being attacked by Hylians. However, she explained that she had sensed a danger arriving in the land and tasked him, should he accept, with seeking out all of the Great Fairy fountains across Hyrule and gathering magic from each Great Fairy. Wanting to know more about his past and the world outside the forest, Sora agreed to take on this duty. He had a few different powers at his disposal. He could turn decaying organic matter into healing fairies (mostly dead trees and the like. Though while this could be used on a body, I don't think he ever used his powers in this manner). He could also, with enough magic, transform into a forest fairy himself. The small size and ability of flight would assist him and others on his journeys. Over the course of the RPG, Sora would go on to meet and old childhood friend, befriend Vaati, travel the world and play a role in saving Hyrule from... Sephiroth I think? It was a weird Final Fantasy crossover thing we had going on. XD Ultimately when the main story came to an end, his amulet had to be returned (or it lost its power or something, I'm not sure). After that he transformed back into a Skull Kid. He hid himself in a cloak, afraid what his teammates would think if they saw him as a monster. He knew Hyrule wasn't made for a Skull Kid. He chose to return to the Kokiri Forest in the end, after a bittersweet goodbye to his friends. In a way Sora's story was about personal atonement, freedom and saying goodbye. Though, his story didn't end when he returned to the forest. I imagine he needed some time to think things through and decide what he wanted from his life. For him I suppose it was like peering through the looking glass. Taking a look at the world he lost as a child, maybe seeing what things could have been like if he were never lost. He's actually one of my favorites from my old OC file (just pretend I keep a file with all of my OCs in it). Now onto Cecilia. Cecilia was only ever a concept. I'm sorry to say I never could find quite the right story for her. She started as a drawing. I decided to sketch a small pink fairy inspired by the healing fairies in The Legend of Zelda games. Her personality came later. I imagined her as a young fairy who was naive and a bit unworldly. She hadn't been sent out into the world yet to begin healing and she had a penchant for joking irreverently about death. Her laughter was said to make the older fairies sigh. While she was perhaps cruel, she still wasn't a monster. She was kind enough and she was loved by her peers, but her cheek would get her into trouble from time to time. Originally I had wanted her to go into the world for her first time and comically get bottled by Link. I had this idea that she would spend her time lost in his hammer space bored out of her mind, unhappily wishing the worst on her captor. Of course that story ended when Link ran out of hearts, and Cecilia, finally being released would begin to fly free, but then look down at Link in his injured state and somewhat reluctantly heal him. It was an idea for a coming of age type of story and having her grow as a person, learning her role in the world and why she was given the ability to heal. I never did find quite the right way to execute this story without it coming off as preachy. I imagine after that experience Cecilia would have started to change. Not all at once, and maybe she even continued with her dark sense of humor. However, over time I feel like maybe she would have abandoned that character trait or at least have softened her blows. And that's not to say that she decided to censor herself for the benefit of others, heavens no! That doesn't fit with her character at all in my opinion. I wanted to show that she as a character herself outgrew that sort of irreverence. It was never something I ever felt I could properly do justice to. And thus concludes a couple of character ideas I came up with years ago, the end.
  2. (NOTE: I'd recommend grabbing some popcorn and a soda because you're in for a long read. A long read.) As of yesterday, I posted the epilogue to my final Bionicle epic, In the End. Y'all know that already, of course (or at least my regular readers do, anyway). And I did it all before reaching my eighth year anniversary as a BZP member, which will be in October, which is next month. Coincidentally, I started writing Bionicle fanfics eight years ago, too. Eight years ... dang, that's long. During that time, I wrote over 50 epics, comedies, and short stories combined. Some were good, some weren't, but all taught me something about writing that I would never have learned otherwise. Through writing fanfiction, I have learned what my strengths and weaknesses as a writer are, thanks in no small part to the comments and critiques I received from my readers and fellow writers. And I am of course still growing and learning because the learning never ends in writing no matter how long you keep at it. I sometimes like to think of myself as the most prolific fanfic writer on BZP, though I honestly have no idea if that's true. I don't know of any other writers on here who have written and posted over 50 fanfics on this site, so until someone proves me wrong, I feel pretty comfortable holding that title*. At the same time, I've never been a very well-known writer. In spite of my longevity and prolific career, I still feel more or less unknown to the general BZP community. None of my works have really been breakout hits. I've never had even one short story featured on the front page (granted, most BZP writers haven't, seeing as they've only started featuring fan projects there fairly recently, but I still haven't had anything featured and probably won't, now that I'm done with fanfiction). I do have some regular readers, true, and I am thankful for every one of them, but it sure seems like most BZPers have no idea who I am. Which isn't a problem, really, as I write for the love of it and not for fame, but my apparent lack of fame does cross my mind from time to time. *Shrug* Whatever. It's just fanfiction. No big deal. I've been fairly active within the BZP fanfiction community, not just posting stories, but entering contests (though I never won any), judging in contests (granted, that was only once, but I still count it), being a member of the ECC (that was fun in spite of the drama), entering that comedies awards content expo thing we did a while back, and participating in several discussions about the Library. I've made a lot of friends through fanfiction, which I always thought is one of the best things about it (the other best thing being that you can mangle correct canon as much as you like and get away with it). Early on in my fanfic career, I followed the same writing/posting method that most fanfic writers did (and that most still do today): Write a chapter as fast as I could, look it over once or twice for basic spelling and grammatical errors and minor continuity errors, and then post it. Then I would start work on the next chapter and repeat the whole process again until I reached the end of the story, whether that took 100 chapters or ten. Nothing wrong with writing fast; nothing wrong, even, with performing only a light copy edit. The problem was that I could go on a writing spree in which I wrote tons and tons of work, and then go weeks without writing even one word of the next chapter. Posting schedule was always erratic and unpredictable; depending on the length and difficulty of the chapter and my level of inspiration, weeks could go by without me posting a new chapter, which annoyed some of my readers back then. Although that kind of writing and posting schedule is extremely common within most fanfic communities, I never did like it. Though every finished and posted chapter felt like a victory, anxiety would always follow because I would then have to come up with ideas for the next chapter and I often had no ideas right away unless I was on a roll. And since I never outline my fics, I could never be certain just how long the finished product would be, which meant that I could never be certain how long it would take me to finish the story. Also, even back then, I had dreams of becoming a professional, full-time fiction writer someday. I knew that the pros didn't publish books one chapter at a time, sometimes weeks apart, without any guarantee that they will not just get bored of it at some point and abandon the whole project. If I ever had any hope of going pro, I knew I would have to change my methods at some point. Another motive that spurred me to abandon the "write chapter, do light copy edit, post, repeat" method was my own personal dislike of writers who did that. I hated--and still do hate it--when I would discover an awesome new fanfic by a fantastic writer, read everything posted so far, and then learn that the last chapter was posted six months ago and the author left a note four months ago saying that the next chapter was "coming right along" and would be posted "any day now." (SHORT RANT TIME: If there is one thing I, as a reader, absolutely despise about the fanfiction community, it has to be this. Worse than bad spelling and grammar, worse than implausible shipping fics, worse even than Mary Sues, is the feeling of never knowing for sure when or if your favorite fanfic will ever get updated again. "Next chapter will be done any day now!" the writer's last post, dated two years ago, says. "Just be patient!" No, I will not be patient, Mr. New Favorite (but soon to be Mr. Newly Forgotten) Fanfic Writer. Even if you're the best writer in the world, if you aren't going to post your story on a consistent, regular schedule, then I'll go read the writers who DO post on a regular schedule, thank you very much, because I have no interest in investing my time and attention in a story and characters that won't go anywhere.[/endrant]) In spite of understanding the importance of writing the whole story and posting it a chapter at a time on a regular basis, I didn't actually put that method into practice until a BZP hacking (not the Dataclysm, but one before it that deleted a lot less content) resulted in the deletion of the original version of Tapestry of Evil, which I had not saved or backed up (which is another mistake I've never repeated). Since I hated how the original Tapestry of Evil had been turning out, I transformed a tragedy into an opportunity and redrafted the whole thing, not posting even one word of it until the whole thing was finished. Ever since then, I've always made sure to write the entire story out before posting it. Whenever I started posting it, I would make sure to keep a regular schedule, always a chapter a week, and whenever any outside forces delayed a chapter I would always make sure that my readers knew. I don't know if any of my readers appreciated it or not, but I think this method helped me as a writer more than almost anything else I've done in my fanfic career. It gave me a better understanding of how long it takes me to finish a novel-length story, which is crucial knowledge for any aspiring novelist, and probably made my readers less anxious about whether I'd ever post the next chapter or not. Having said all of that, I must now look ahead to the future, uncertain though it may be. Because while my fanfiction career may be over (it still feels strange to type those words), I haven't stopped writing at all. I've merely moved into the realm of professional fiction writing; more specifically, I've started indie publishing my work through my own publishing company and distributing it through Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and all of the other major ebook sites. Currently I've only published three books, but I have a couple more in the pipeline, as well a few short stories that I need to find covers for. Actually, I've been writing original fiction in tandem with my fanfiction for years now. Even finished several novels, but none of them were ever quite as good as my fanfiction, so I never showed them to anyone. It's only been within the last year that I feel that my original work has become as good as my fanfiction, which is why I am moving onto original fiction (that, and you can't make any money off fanfiction unless you get permission from the copyright owners of the work you've based your fics on, though I can't see LEGO ever paying me to write Bionicle stories, even though that would be beyond freaking awesome if they did). Unfortunately, I am not going to link to my original work on here, nor will I tell you what it is. That's because I publish under my full name, which I haven't revealed here on BZP and which I don't really want to (though I think several members here already know my full name, but I've never publicly posted it anywhere on the forums or this blog to my knowledge). If you want to buy my original works, however, just send me a PM telling me what ebookstore you prefer to buy from (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, Smashwords, etc.) and I'll be happy to send you a link to it. I'm going to miss writing fanfiction, mostly because it really is a ton of fun. If I ever build up a large enough audience for my original work that people start to write fanfiction off it, I will feel totally honored. I know that some writers don't like fanfiction, but to me, as long as you are not claiming you own the original story or trying to make money off it, I don't have any problem with it. Granted, I probably won't be able to read any of it (don't want to be accused of stealing someone's ideas), but I would allow it. As I've always said, my ultimate goal is to become a professional, full-time fiction writer. That is a very difficult goal, even with the advent of easy self-publishing that offers writers far better royalty rates than what most of the big publishers are offering (which means more money for the writer y'all). And there is no guarantee that I will ever actually achieve that goal of mine. Plenty of writers try and fail to make a living at their writing, more than those who succeed sadly enough. While I have confidence in my work, I admit that failure is always a possibility. But no one ever said that making it in a multibillion dollar international business was going to be easy. While luck plays a part, hard work can help even the odds, so I've been working hard every day to get closer and closer to that dream. I'm not making tons of money just yet, nor do I expect to for a while. I just know that if I keep writing, publishing, and improving, eventually I'll make it, no matter how long it takes. Now this doesn't mean I'm leaving BZP entirely. I'm still gonna stick around, though I'm going to be a lot less active probably. With a possible return of Bionicle next year, I still have a reason to hang around, at least as a lurker if nothing else. Way I see it, if I'm going to make it as a writer, I must put more time and effort into my writing, at least the same amount of time I would put into any other small business (which is what writing is, at least when you're attempting to make a living off of it). That means cutting things that take away too much time with too little return, and BZP, sadly enough, fits that description to a T, at least for me. It's a great site, but hanging out here won't get me any closer to my dream, so I have to start focusing on the things that will help me (like writing a lot, for instance). Overall, I am pretty pleased with how my fanfic career turned out. I wrote a lot of fics, received a lot of helpful and positive comments from a lot of good people, made some good friends, and had a lot of fun to boot. What's not to like about that? *If someone in the comments proves me wrong, I will edit this section to reflect that correction. -TNTOS-
  3. Monday. Again. Weird how it seems to come every week. Just like how it's weird that my birthday is once a year. I suspect a conspiracy involving the Illuminati, gummy bears, and Luigi's mustache. Oh, and George Takei is in on it, too. Probably the mastermind now that I think about it. Anyway, here's an excerpt from this week's chapter: Read the rest of Chapter XIV here. -TNTOS-
  4. It's that time of week again, when the demons arise from the bowels of the earth and the sky rains blood on all. . . . wait, you mean that's Tuesday? Oh, never mind. I guess that means that today is Monday. Here's an excerpt from the latest chapter: Read the rest of Chapter XII here. -TNTOS-
  5. It's Monday again. Here's an excerpt from this week's chapter: Read the rest of Chapter XI here. -TNTOS-
  6. I've been writing Bionicle fanfics for almost eight years now and in that time I've seen a variety of fanfic writers, ranging from the really good to the really bad. And not just on BZP, either, but on other sites that host fanfiction. I've read so much fanfiction, maybe even more than original fiction, which is something because I read a lot of novels and short stories. As a result, I've noticed that fanfic writers, generally speaking, can be divided into six different categories. This doesn't apply to every fanfic writer ever; still, in my experience, most fanfic writers do fall into one or more of these categories. These are: 1) Aspiring Professionals These fanfic writers have dreams of becoming professional fiction writers one day. While they enjoy writing and posting fanfics, they do it as a way to practice their writing skills and to get feedback on their work so they can one day reach professional level. They generally appreciate lengthy, detailed reviews, even if the reviews are harsh and blunt, mostly because they want more than anything else to improve. Aspiring Professionals are not necessarily the best writers around, but they are always striving to improve and are always trying new things. They tend to be fairly prolific and often gain a reputation in their fanfic circles for their work ethic and the quality of said work. Surprisingly, Aspiring Professionals are few and far between in fanfic communities. This is less surprising when you consider that most fanfic writers write purely for the fun of it and have no dreams of publishing original fiction or having a writing career of any sort. Unfortunately, this sometimes causes conflicts between Aspiring Professionals and the other kinds of fanfic writers because Aspiring Professionals sometimes hold others' work to their own lofty standards and can be quite harsh in their reviews when someone else's story is not quite as good as it could be. Sooner or later, Aspiring Professionals stop writing fanfics in order to focus on their original fiction (though whether they become actual professionals is another question entirely). Depending on how good they are and how much they are liked, this can leave a big hole in the fanfic communities in which they wrote, even if the Aspiring Professionals continue to comment on someone else's story every now and then. Then again, sometimes they leave and no one gives a darn, so like I said it depends on the quality of their work and their popularity. I myself am an Aspiring Professional, although I have no idea if I have a reputation for producing quality work or not. Nor have I completely left the world of fanfiction, either, as I am still posting In the End and The Biological Chronicle flash fiction series. Aside from that, though, I think the term fits me well, at least better than the others do. 2) Hobbyists To the Hobbyist, fanfiction is a fun pastime, not practice for a future in fiction writing, like how Aspiring Professionals treat it. Most Hobbyists usually do appreciate criticism, but the degree to which they do varies considerably, ranging from listening to even the harshest of criticism to ignoring/attacking anyone who points out even one small typo in their work. To be clear, I'm not saying Hobbyists are bad writers. Oh, no. There are many good Hobbyists (in fact, some of them are on par with professional fiction writers when it comes to quality). And many Hobbyists do take their craft seriously, even if they do not write as often or produce as much work as Aspiring Professionals do. Nonetheless, their work ethic is generally not as good as that of the Aspiring Professional. They can go months at a time without writing a single word of fanfiction and usually take an inordinate amount of time to finish longer works. If they are in the middle of writing an epic, for example, and some life crisis comes up that they can't avoid or fix immediately, they will generally drop the fic at least until the problem is dealt with, often without alerting their readers until the problem has passed. Some Hobbyists can be quite prolific, but the vast majority aren't, although they definitely post more fics than Contestants or One-Shooters (see below). Hobbyists can also be fairly active in their fanfic communities, participating in critic's clubs or judging contests or whatever. I'd say that most fanfic writers are Hobbyists. They write fanfiction for fun or to connect with fellow fans or to explore their favorite franchise or whatever, but their true passion usually lies elsewhere. They, too, stop writing fanfiction at some point, though unlike the Aspiring Professional, their disappearance is usually noticed less (unless they were very popular or good, that is). 3) Contestants A Contestant is a fanfic writer who only writes fanfics if there is a contest going on. If there is no contest, then they aren't usually writing anything even if they have some story ideas. Like with every other type of fanfic writer, the Contestants' quality ranges from amateur to professional. They probably make up an even larger majority than Hobbyists; however, I generally do not think of them as members of the fanfiction community due to how rarely they write. A Contestant might become a Hobbyist or even an Aspiring Professional, depending on how much they enjoyed writing their contest entry, but the vast majority do not. When they disappear, few people care because they didn't write very much (unless what they did write was exceptionally good, of course). 4) The One-Shooter These guys generally do not write anything longer than a short story; heck, sometimes they stick solely to flash fiction. It's mostly because they are afraid of committing to longer works. These guys may have ideas for longer works, but they lack the will, discipline, and commitment necessary to see them through to the end. And if they have ever tried to write an epic-length story, then it is usually lying abandoned somewhere on the Internet and is often the reason why they stick to short stories/flash fics. Because they stick with short stories and flash fiction, One-Shooters can be incredibly prolific, often even more than the Aspiring Professional. They're usually pretty good, too, at least when it comes to writing short fanfics. They do great with prompts, but sometimes have difficulty in coming up with original ideas as a result. I'd say these guys make up a sizable minority in most fanfiction circles, but the extent to which they do varies from community to community. 5) Collaborators An uncommon group, Collaborators rarely work on their own. They prefer to write fics with at least one other writer, sometimes with more than one. Failing that, they may rely heavily on multiple beta readers for feedback and ideas in their works. Collaborators generally put out much less work than non-Collaborators, mostly because they are working with another writer, which almost always increases the amount of time it takes to finish a fic. Their epic-length stories generally remain unfinished mostly due to the challenges of working with another writer. Like I said, they're not very common at all, so it can be hard to gauge the quality of their work. Nonetheless, I've seen enough Collaborators in fanfiction that I figure they deserve a category all their own. 6) One Fic Wonder Pretty self-explanatory. These guys write one fic--sometimes an epic, sometimes a short story (though usually a short story)--that becomes suddenly popular, akin to the kind of unexpected successes in original fiction (such as Harry Potter, Twilight, or any other breakout series). After the initial buzz dies down, though, these guys often disappear. Most of the time it's because, like Hobbyists, their true passion lies outside writing and so generally do not try to follow up their big hit with another story. When they do write another story, it usually isn't as popular as the original even if it's just as good if not better. Some of these One Fic Wonders, as I call them, do go on to write more fanfics, maybe even become Aspiring Professionals, but that is rare and does not always happen. These are the six different kinds of fanfic writers I've noticed over the years. These categories aren't mutually exclusive (you could be a One Fic Wonder Contestant, for example, or a One-Shooter Aspiring Professional or whatever), nor does being one type mean you'll always stay that type (a Hobbyist could become an Aspiring Professional and a One Fic Wonder could become a Hobbyist). And of course, they don't cover all fanfic writers (although I have a hunch that they cover most of them). To be clear, I am not asserting these categories as the undisputed, undebatable Truth or whatever. I am merely sharing my observations to see what everyone else thinks. Do you agree? Disagree? Notice any other types that don't fit into any of the six I mentioned above? Share your thoughts in the comments. -TNTOS-
  7. Good grief, it's Monday already? Oh, well. That just means it's time for this week's chapter of In the End. Here's an excerpt: Read the rest of Chapter VI here. -TNTOS-
  8. Just posted the first story in my new series of flash fics, The Biological Chronicle, that I mentioned in yesterday's entry. Expect a new story every Tuesday. Hope you enjoy them. -TNTOS-
  9. Monday is that day of the week that everyone hates. I think we should petition the government to make it illegal. Who's with me? While we figure out how to do that, here's an excerpt from this week's chapter: Read the rest of Chapter IV here. As for the "special announcement" mentioned in this post's title, starting tomorrow I am going to begin posting a series of flash fiction in the Short Stories forum. The series will be titled "The Biological Chronicle" and each short story will be based on a year from the official Bionicle story (first story will be titled 2001, second story 2002, third story 2003, fourth story 2004, etc.). I will post one story a week. Yes, I know I said In the End was my last Bionicle fanfic, which kind of makes me a liar I guess, but the idea of writing ten flash fiction stories based on every year of Bionicle was too much for me to resist. Besides, I need practice writing flash fics and this seemed like a good way to do it. And anyway, I'll probably have them all posted before I finish posting In the End, so In the End will still technically be the last Bionicle fanfic I post on BZP. That's all for now, so see ya, -TNTOS-
  10. Another week has come and gone and it feels like it went by too quickly and that it didn't go by quickly enough. Anyway, it's Monday so that means it's time for a new chapter for In the End. Here's an except from this week's chapter: Read the rest of Chapter III here. -TNTOS-
  11. It's that time of the week again, where I post another chapter of my epic. Here's this week's excerpt from Chapter II: Read the rest of the chapter here. -TNTOS-
  12. Hey, everybody. Back in the old days, I used to do this thing on my blog where I'd announce a new chapter of whatever epic I was in the process of posting. This usually included a summary of the chapter in question or an excerpt, depending on what I was posting at the time. It was always a lot of fun, even though I am not sure how much it actually helped raise awareness of my epics. Because In the End is my last epic, I thought I'd bring this feature back. "In the End Mondays" will include a short excerpt from this week's chapter, as well as a link to the chapter itself for those interested in reading the whole thing. Thought it would be fun and might even get me some more readers for all I know. Anyway, here's an excerpt from this week's chapter: Read the rest of the chapter here. -TNTOS-
  13. I am pleased to announce that today I have posted the first chapter of my newest (and last) epic, In the End. Read it HERE. Epic will be 20 chapters long once it's finished. Schedule will be one chapter a week every Monday, unless otherwise noted. -TNTOS-
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    Some Quick News

    Hey guys. I just posted the epilogue to An Unlikely Alliance in the Shika Trilogy Omnibus topic a few minutes ago, That means that the entire Shika Trilogy has been reposted, which means anyone who was putting off reading it until it was all up can read it now. Yay! Unfortunately, I am feeling really sick right now, with only enough strength to post AUA's epilogue. Unfortunately, that means I've decided to put off In the End's release date a week. That means, instead of being posted today, In the End's official release date is now Monday, April 7th, 2014. I severely apologize to anyone who was looking forward to reading the prologue today, but right now I am in no mood to mess with the links and writing up a summary for the library and posting and other issues I usually deal with when posting a new epic. There's a good chance I'll mess up if I post it now, when I'm sick and tired, so I've decided to do it when I'm feeling better, which should hopefully be by next week. Again, I really sorry. I was looking forward to posting In the End today, too, and I know this announcement was extremely last minute, but frankly I didn't plan to get sick and I don't trust myself to get everything right when I'm feeling this way. Barely even trust myself to write up this blog post, actually. So just to be sure everyone knows, I will post In the End on Monday, April 7th, 2014, exactly one week from today. No later and no sooner than that. My apologies, -TNTOS-
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    DONE!

    As of this morning, I finished editing my upcoming epic, In the End. I am so happy right now, mostly because I always feel this way after finishing an epic or novel. This was a hard one to write. Not only did it need to resolve the hanging plot points from Dawn of the New Century, but it also had to wrap up the Shikaverse, too. Not sure if I succeeded or not. I think I did and I know I tried, which is really all I can do in the end*. The entire epic is 20 chapters long, not including the prologue and epilogue. That's a bit shorter than Dawn's 29 chapters, but I think In the End is a lot better than Dawn (then again, I think every epic I write is better than the last one, so what do I know?). Like Dawn, it will be posted chapter by chapter once a week. The release date is still Monday, March 31st, 2014; however, I may post a preview/excerpt on this blog before then. Just keep your eyes on this blog between now and the end of this month, in case I do post a preview/excerpt (though no guarantees). That's all for now, so see ya, *I know. It's not all that funny or clever, but gosh darn it if I was going to let that opportunity slip by me. -TNTOS-
  16. Hi, everyone! I am pleased to finally announce the release date for my upcoming epic, In the End. Originally I said I'd post it sometime in early or mid 2014, but I have now set an official release date for it. Here it is: Monday, March 31st, 2014. Because I don't want to be posting In the End alongside The Shika Trilogy Omnibus, I have also decided to change the posting schedule for the Omnibus. I will be posting one chapter a day every day for the rest of this month, starting today (as soon as I finish writing this blog post, actually). This works out because the final epic in the Omnibus, An Unlikely Alliance, has 30 chapters (plus an epilogue), so unless something goes wrong, I should have the entire epic posted by the end of this month. I also hope to post at least one more blog post in the Looking Back series before the month is over, but no promises. That's all for now, so see ya, -TNTOS-
  17. As of this morning, I posted the epilogue of my latest comedy, My Little BIONICLE: Friendship is Explosive. At 15 chapters, it is officially complete, so I'd say this is the perfect time to read it, especially if you are a Bionicle or MLP fan. In other news, I recently started reposting the Shika Trilogy in an omnibus format here in the Epics forum with a five chapter a week schedule. It's the perfect opportunity to snark at my old writing, so I'd take it if I were most of you . Regarding In the End, I have not yet started editing the third draft. I have a bunch of other projects at the moment that are a bit more pressing. I will keep y'all posted on this leading up to its release. I am going to be doing more blog posts in the Looking Back series, although again I am not sure how many. The next one will be about my favorite stories from the Shikaverse, although I won't say what they are just yet or when I will post it. I intend to get that blog post out before the end of the month, so stayed tuned for that. That's all for now, so see ya, -TNTOS-
  18. I mentioned in my last blog post that I was going to repost the entire Shika Trilogy starting today. And now I am pleased to announce that I have begun reposting it here. Expect five chapters a week, Monday through Friday, unless otherwise noted. This should hopefully tide y'all over until In the End is ready to be posted. Go read it. -TNTOS-
  19. So the forums are back online. Thankfully I didn't lose much, just the second half of The Legend Reloaded and the first posted half of My Little BIONICLE: Friendship is Explosive. I have both comedies saved onto my computer, so expect to see a new chapter a day for both until they are at the point they were pre-hacking. Also, I am working on the third draft of In the End, the sequel to Dawn of the New Century. Based on the current rate I am working at, it will probably be ready for posting in early-to-mid 2014, though no promises. And NaNoWriMo is next month! As usual, I will keep you guys updated on my word count here on the blog. I am doing an original novel this year, one I am going to try to publish on Kindle later. No idea when I'll release it, but rest assured I will let y'all know when it's ready. That's also for now, so see ya, -TNTOS-
  20. As of today, I have begun reposting BIONICLE: The Legend Reloaded, which you can find here. I intend to post one chapter a day until the entire thing has been reposted. That will take a little over a month, seeing as the entire comedy is 34 chapters long. I've been thinking of reposting the Shika Trilogy sometime, too, even though all three of the epics are not quite as good as my current work. Still, the Shika Trilogy is foundational to the Shikaverse and is the only trilogy of epics I have ever completed. So you can probably expect to see them sometime, but when, I am not sure. You see, I am thinking of adding commentary to the Shika Trilogy, some of it humorous, some of it explanatory. Sort of like a "special edition" version of the Shika Trilogy, where you can see some of the thought process that went behind a lot of the decisions I made while writing the trilogy. I would like to add the commentary without disrupting the flow of the stories, however, so I am still figuring that out. I have an idea of how to fix that problem, but whether it will work or not remains to be seen. -TNTOS-
  21. Yesterday I posted the final chapter of my most recent epic, Dawn of the New Century. Thus, the entire fic is now available for anyone with basic Internet connection to read. Yay and stuff. Soon I am going to begin work on the second draft of Dawn's sequel, currently titled In the End. It will take place shortly after Dawn and will conclude the duology. It will probably come out in early or mid 2014, although I have no definite release date for it just yet. In the meantime, I am pleased to announce an upcoming comedy I have just finished writing, that crossover fic I mentioned a couple of posts ago. I am now going to reveal the title, which I think my fellow bronies will appreciate: My Little BIONICLE: Friendship is Explosive. As the title oh-so-subtly implies, my new comedy will be a crossover between Bionicle and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Specifically, MLP:FiM will crossover with the Legendverse, the setting of my three Bionicle parodies. So yes, you will see Mata Nui and Twilight Sparkle teaming up to kick butt and chew bubblegum . . . and they're all out of gum. Yes, I am aware that I said The Legend Imploded was the final story in the Legend Trilogy, and it is. Thing is, Mata Nui broke the fourth wall and forced me to write another comedy about his unbelievably awesome adventures, otherwise he'd "turn my spine inside out and replace it with a waffle iron," which I am pretty sure is impossible but as this is the same guy who has thrown explosions I decided to comply with his request. I am not sure when I will post MLB:FiE. Right now I am considering early September, but you can definitely expect to see it by the end of the year. Regarding the "Titans and Monsters" contest, I still have an idea for a short story, but am unsure if I will write it. There's still ten days left to enter, though so I have plenty of time to write up something to enter (whether it will be any good, however, is another question entirely). Also, I want some opinions. I am sure most of you know by now that the BZP Archive is going to be shut down for good (if you don't know what I'm talking about, please click here). A good many of my old fics on the Archive are already gone (like my first comedy, My Bionicle Road Trip and BIONICLE: The Legend Exploded). Thankfully, I have nearly all of them saved onto an external USB drive, so I am free to look at them whenever I want. But it occurred to me that many of the links in my library to my old stories are essentially useless now or will become useless in the future. Thus, I am wondering if I should repost all my old fics here on the new forums, if only so those library links actually link somewhere. I know The Legend Exploded is a definite must, and perhaps the Shika Trilogy, too, but I am unsure about the others. Any thoughts? -TNTOS-
  22. Hey, everybody. I'm back from my vacation. Had a great time and did loads of stuff. If anyone is interested, I went to Schiltterbahn in New Braunfels, Texas. This is the third time I've gone to Schlitterbahn in three years, but it's the first time I stayed in one of the Treehaus resorts. Very fancy. Anyway, I've got a few announcements I'd like to make regarding my fanfics: Firstly, I've started work on the second draft of the tentatively titled In the End, which for those who may not know is the sequel to my current epic, Dawn of the New Century. I think the epic will be ready for posting in early 2014, based on the current speed I am working at. Expect to see further updates on this blog about its status in the future. Also, I've been working on a new comedy recently because I want to write something wacky and nonsensical. I haven't decided if I will post it on BZP once I finish it, hence why I have been mum about it so far. All I can confirm is that it is a crossover between Bionicle and another franchise, although until I decide whether to post it or not I will refrain from identifying that other franchise. Regarding the new "Titans and Monsters" contest, I think I may enter it with a short story. Already have an idea. Just have to see if I can find the time to write it. That's all for now, so see ya. -TNTOS-
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    The Legend is Over

    Just posted the final chapter of TLI. Read it here. That means that the Legend Trilogy is finally over. I'm gonna miss it, but all things must end at some point, otherwise you drag it out too long and it becomes a zombie and tries to eat your brain. Wait, what was I talking about again? Anyway, I am probably going to post something on this blog about the Legend Trilogy next week, most likely an overview of the series. I may not, but I think it's likely that I will, so whatever. -TNTOS-
  24. Just posted the first chapter of Dawn of the New Century, my new epic. Read it here. -TNTOS-
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    Fanfic News

    I am pleased to announce today that I finished editing the sixth draft of my upcoming epic, Dawn of the New Century. Why is this so important to know, dear readers? Well, it's important because this is also the end of the editing process. Which means that tomorrow, Monday, April 22, 2013, I will post the first chapter of Dawn, followed by the second chapter on Friday. You may have noticed that I am going to post two chapters this week, instead of the usual one. That's because Dawn is 29 chapters long, which, if posted once a week, would take 29 weeks to post completely, which is roughly half a year, which is also way too freaking long a time for anyone to follow a fanfic, no matter how good it is. I feel it will be easier to keep up interest if updates are frequent, though not too frequent; otherwise, I risk turning off readers because they never have time to read the latest chapters because they know they'll always be behind. Thus, expect new chapters of Dawn every Monday and Friday, though if I am unable to post any on a particular day, I will do my best to make up for it as quickly as possible. See ya, -TNTOS-
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