2020: The Year I Finish My Projects

2020 is going to be the year I finish my projects.

I’m off to a good start. So far I finished putting up my best (co-)written story of all time: New Rules, a Dragon Age fanfiction. It’s got a lot more worldbuilding than I’m used to doing for such a short piece; we’ve written sequels and they’ll be put up as we get through editing them. We turn out to write very quickly and edit much more slowly, and I’m not putting the first drafts up without giving them a good once-over first, even for fanfics. I want to make things I can be proud of, without overworking myself to death doing it, if that makes sense. If such a balance can be struck.

I finished knitting the scarf I gave my spouse for Kwanzaa well in advance; both my partners were trying to finish their gifts the day we exchanged them or the day before.

I’ve finished doing a video project I’ve been working on for almost a year. It’s on my patreon now and will be on youtube soon; if you’re not a patron, the posts with the links will unlock Wednesday for part 1 and a week later for part 2; patrons can see both parts now.

I’m working on a nonfiction book, for the first time ever. It’s called How To Come Out, and it’s going to be a guide into all things Coming Out: discovering what to come out as, coming out in phases, transition and/or becoming comfortable with your queer identity, and how to be come out to. It’ll have real stories from real people mixed in, so people don’t feel so alone and isolated.

I’m going to get our church’s Welcoming Congregation status renewed. I’m going to finish playing A Link To The Past. I’m going to write the first draft of the last book in each of my trilogies so those can be done. I’m going to finish my projects.

I was going to say more, but life hit me in the face and I’m gonna go process for a while instead.

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1 Response to 2020: The Year I Finish My Projects

  1. Firedrake says:

    Bad life, no life biscuit.

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