Ishta’s Companion/Relics of War: Progress Report Fourteen

Chapter Fourteen is finally posted. Money did continue to trickle in, and finally reached the necessary total. There’s even already a small start on Chapter Fifteen, though it still has a goodly way to go.

Maybe everyone was busy with Hallowe’en before.

Anyway, there it is, and Chapter Fifteen is mostly written, with still probably a couple of pages to go. Chapter Fifteen will complete what I’ve been thinking of as the first part of the story — or really, maybe the second, if you want to consider the trip to Varag as Part One, and from there to where we are now as Part Two.

In any case, there’s one more chunk to the story, and I have no idea how long it will be; we’ll have to see how it develops. It takes up a page and a half of the original seven-page outline, but that page and a half is a bit sketchy. It might be just a couple of chapters, or develop into half the story.

I’m not going to try to maintain a weekly schedule anymore; I’ll post new chapters as fast as they’re written and paid for. (Both are required.) We’ll see how it goes.

5 thoughts on “Ishta’s Companion/Relics of War: Progress Report Fourteen

  1. I was just browsing and looking for a good book to listen to on an upcoming motorcycle ride, when I stumbled across the audio version of The Vondish Ambassador. The release date was Nov 6th by Wildside, 8hrs long.

    Since it was originally a serial, I thought mentioning it here would be appropriate.

  2. I have no idea but I am going to guess about a possible way for the half demon to show his good intentions. He good bring one of the beasts that he has been keeping at bay for the past twenty years. After he makes go back, he can explain that he has actually been acting as a guardian for the area against the beasts. If he leaves or is killed, the beasts will return.

  3. If I can play too Daryl, don’t have Tesk bring just one mizagar have him bring all of them! Now that would be a demonstration of just how powerful he is and of his good will in having protected the region from the beasts for so long.

  4. The time stamp on my post is an hour fast, like it was still set for day-light-savings time. Though I don’t know what time zone is correct so maybe its correct.

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