The status report is that things haven't changed.

I went to Gen Con (on a Saturday) and had to leave after only a few hours and basically missed the entire convention. I've made it to only one of my group's game nights in the past three months, and I can concentrate in bursts, but it's unpredictable.

I can't commit to anything at this point but I do know that considering that September is upon me, I wouldn't time things to have any cash in hand on December 31st even if everything was ready today, because of taxes. Things don't look that rosy anyway.

I still don't have a timeline because stage one is getting my brain working again (literally) then stage two is making up for lost time at my day job. These aren't insurmountable goals. My neurologist is very cheery, reminding me that this situation is not unusual and that there's every reason to expect to get back to my old self at 100% or very near it.

I'm going to try to write up something for you guys soon. I don't know what yet and I'm not feeling creative enough at the moment to imagine what, but that's my mission.

In the meantime, how many of you love Stranger Things on Netflix? It's becoming an obsession for me. I've watched it in full three times now, and I'm still not tired of it.


  1. Stranger Things is awesome. I've seen it twice now.

  2. Hi,
    Yeah Stranger Things is really really good. I'm sorry to hear about your medical travails. I'm a medical person and have some understanding of which you speak. Stay positive! That's the only thing that works.
    If it's of any boost to your writing morale, i'm currently writing a revamped "Mighty Six" treatment called "Sixcelsior!". It's more superpowered bad-assitude for Mini Six. Say the word and i'll send you my working manuscript. Perhaps we can compare notes? Anyway, hang in there dude. And keep writing


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