At long last, I have finished Being More Social, and by that I mean Being More Social chapter 20. The story, effectively, is complete. Down the line I may start its sequel (I will ask you all if you even want if right before I plan to start though, and be careful what you wish for), but for now, I’m going to go forward and resume The Good, the Bad and the Molly, as well as shorter, ‘one-chapter’ stories.
I felt really good when I finished this chapter. I can’t remember the last time I felt so elated from just finishing a chapter. Usually it was a feeling of, “I could have done better,” so I was happy to feel genuine joy at the end of the story. I’m, overall, happy with the story and how it ended, and I hope that you all both liked it and felt like it tied up any loose ends you were curious about.
That said, I didn’t mention everything I know about the story in the story itself, so I’d like to offer a unique opportunity to you. Either in the comments of this blog post or in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, I’d like to offer a Questions & Answers session. Feel free to ask me anything related to the story you were curious about (e.g. “What did Nicole mean when she said, _____” or “What happened to Kenny, how did his life play out?”). Heck, even questions outside of the story, like what stories I plan to do in the future, etc. The only questions I’ll rule out are those pertaining to my personal life, obviously.
So down below in the comments, or in an email, ask me a question and I will publicly post it and answer it in a week’s time on my next blog. Any loose ends, any curiosities, hell, maybe even some continuity errors. Let ’em fly. I’d love to be able to leave you all as satisfied with the story as possible, and I hope the story as it is brought you all joy and made you happy.
I never thought I’d be glad to say this, but I have to go to work now. Enjoy the chapter if you haven’t read it, feel free to ask me anything, and have an amazing week, everyone. New things, big things, and exciting things are on the horizon for this website. Thanks for sticking with me through the three-year-long journey. I hope it was all worth it. 🙂