The tea wrappers and business cards are all fixed up now. No more band-aids I hope.
Edit: One new tea wrapper just now. I’ve got another one in my wallet that I just need to scan and post tonight.
I’m trying to fix the tea wrappers and business cards, I know they’re broken. The only reason for this is my WordPress ignorance.
Alrighty then, there is yet another format change of The Rig today. You’ll have to go the the main story page, and then pick which chapter you want. You’ll see when you get there. I cut the part that was already there into two chapters. It seemed like a good thing to do at the time. I also posted a third chapter.
I’ve got another chapter of The Rig transposed, but I’m not ready to post it yet. I want to chop it up into neater chapters and change the way it’s posted to make navigation easier. Maybe tomorrow. There we go, nobody is now updated on my progress.
It’s 5:55 in the morning, and I should be getting ready for work. But, I was compelled to finish editing/formatting this so it could go up. Enjoy. I consider it one of my better stories. I think it may be one of the first things of any real length that I put an end on. Nyctophobia
Something new, not the other story I mentioned sometime between 2 and 3 this morning. That one will take a while longer. Oddly, I remember concieving the idea of this story, and I remember walking away from the computer after writing something, but I don’t remember actually writing it.
Anybody having trouble opening and reading the Tea Wrappers? I mean besides “Me“, and we all know who you are, mysterious commenter.
In the beginning, was The Rig. It was a poorly formatted story that progressed as soon as I wrote it. Then came the PDF version of The Rig. It was intended to fix the formatting issues that I had and add a bit of interest in that it had a unique font. Then I discovered yesterday that only I could open that PDF. I think WordPress is at fault in this weirdness. Either that, or I’m incompetent. So now I’ve got The Rig 3.0 out. Plan C features the complete lack of anything special required to open it, standard font, and involved a gratuitous amount of clicking on my part to format properly. So there you go, I’ve written chapter 1 of a story you can actually read now. Since I can’t sleep, I’m thinking of publishing another story that involves extreme somnimargitonia in a few minutes.