Most years I take part in NaNoWriMo. I've never actually 'won', in no small part because of my me-time management issues glossed over in my last post. Most years I don't even sign into my NaNo account because I know right from the get-go that I won't be finishing. This started as one of those years.
Like most years, I totally missed the boat on the first few days and so am already fighting an uphill battle to catch up. But I've also decided that regardless of whether I win or lose this year, that I'm going to finish this piece eventually, because it's shaping up to be a solid jumping off point for my writing in general but in particular because it's a good foundation for my magnum opus project that I've had rattling around inside my head for years. It's probably horribly derivative and has nothing even remotely interesting to say, but I'm going to say it anyway. If it meets the criteria I have in my head, I might even deign to self publish it, or release portions of it on here, or whatever else might work.
So that's it: Fractured: A collection of stories from a Godless universe is going to be completed at some point, and maybe, one day, you'll even be able to read it.