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Victorius Revolution Update

So, I know I’ve been pretty bad about getting new story segments up this past week or so.  My apologies to those who’re reading it as I write and wondering what happened; I got caught up in a side project (that I can’t talk about; and yes, it’s totally awesomely cool (but enough about that)).  But that’s all over now, and, aside from my regularly-scheduled life, and getting ready for Burning Man, and a couple of other things, I’m now back in the saddle, writing-wise, and will be posting new content regularly very soon.  I even wrote a few hundred words today, but I didn’t want to put them up because I haven’t finished the section and I want it to be a surprise what happens.  Hopefully tomorrow or the next day.

I really am going to start concentrating on this.  I promise.

As for the story itself, well, we’ve just had some sci-fi awesometastic chase sceneage, with a couple of casualties along the way and some more delightful pain and suffering for our hero Lee Victorius, and when we left off his goal was in sight, so tantalizingly close he could almost touch it, if only he could get past just one more obstacle.

Will he make it?  Only one way to find out.

As for my Write-a-thon goals and such, well, I’m not even going to come close to finishing during the period of the Clarion Workshop, which was the plan (albeit a not-entirely realistic one, given the busyness this summer has thus far entailed), but I am going to keep writing, because, well, this is just way too much fun to stop.  To be honest, I’ve had more fun with this project than almost anything else I’ve ever written.  I’m not exactly sure why, to be honest.  But I guess I don’t have to know, I just have to go with it, right?

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About Dallas Taylor

Dallas Taylor is the grandson of a rum-runner, a valedictorian, a handyman and a good Catholic girl. He lives and writes in Seattle, and builds things for a living in his spare time. In 2010, he attended the Clarion Writers’ Workshop.

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