Happy Halloween, everyone! Extra spooky points if you can pronounce “Samhain” properly. 😉
As a Halloween bonus, I’ve added a new video to my YouTube offerings. It was originally supposed to be Murdered: Soul Suspect, but due to some technical difficulties the game was switched at the last moment to The Witch and the Hundred Knight. Which, to be fair, is probably more Halloween-esque than M:SS… ^^;
…Needs a better thumbnail. Oh, well. Thanks for bearing with me, and have a good November!
Well. That went… well? I have finished creating, and more importantly finished uploading, my Hubris Run of Marvel’s Spider-Man. Go, me? ^^;
It ended up being 16 episodes… You’d think it’d be easier to figure out the total length, but I found an online app to figure it out for me: 12 hours, 29 minutes. Honestly, I think the episodes are a little too long; in the future, I’m going to aim for around 30 minutes, which admittedly means that I’ll have more videos total, but it might not drive off people who probably don’t want to hear me drone on for an hour… Anyway.
I don’t expect any further updates this week, neither videos nor writing, because I’m going to be gearing up for NaNoWriMo again. Over the course of November I’ll keep you posted on my progress, but again, don’t expect too much in the way of content until I’m done there. But come December, I’m going to dive back into my webnovels again — although, which webnovel is an open question. 😉
Now, with that out of the way… I went with my family to Sever’s Corn Maze last Thursday, and I’d like to share a few pictures, if I may… 😀
Amusingly, my daughter insisted on wearing her Halloween costume, which happens to be a construction worker outfit. Can I just say how gratifying it is as a parent when your child voluntarily puts on a high visibility vest to wear in a crowded environment? 😉
Have a good Halloween, y’all! Just maybe, I’ll post something special on the 31st… 😀 😀 😀
Hey there, everyone! I’ve discovered a method of uploading videos from my phone, meaning I can upload more videos per week… but it’s a pain in the butt, so I’m not going to do it more than once per day. Plus, I can’t do everything I want from my phone… Whatever. It works.
For what it’s worth, my son is enjoying watching them. 😉
I’ve been putting some thought into what I want to write about this November. I had initially decided to work on a fantasy story, but I’ve been slightly leaning towards a Sci-fi VR game story instead. But, maybe I should write about a dimension-wandering android… Oh, well, I’ll figure it out. 😀
Have a good week, everyone! Expect a new episode of Spider-Man every day, until I finish my run. 😉
Like I teased last week, I’m doing a series of videos on Marvel’s Spider-Man. Specifically, I’m doing what I have termed a ‘hubris’ run: blind playthrough, no side quests or extra experience, and no unlocks beyond what is unlocked by the story line. Well, although I have enough gameplay recorded so far for nine videos already, I’ve only minimally edited two — so here they are!
…Uh, I actually didn’t expect that to embed. Oops.
Moving on, I’ll be uploading more episodes as I get them edited and, more difficult, when I have a connection to upload them on. Oh, and I feel that ShareFactory makes certain things difficult… but hey, it’s free. 😛
I’m not sure when I’ll be done with Spider-Man, but it will definitely be before the end of the month. November is going to be pure writing, and then December I’ll go back to working on my web novels. So if you aren’t interested in the various ways I get the web-slinger killed, you can go ahead and check out till then. I don’t mind. ;_;
Anyway, have a good week, y’all, and take care of yourselves! 😀
The thing about nightmares is sooner or later, you wake up. But there’s no waking up from this place. Which means I’m really here, I’m really doing these things. No. Don’t think about it, Lara. Not now. It won’t help.
Another strange dream today, of another young archaeologist and ruin explorer… but it seems that she could have used some more ninja training. Ah well, not everyone can be as fortunate as Lumisa. Speaking of which, let’s go put that training to good use! Continue reading →