Writing Notes – Femitokon

Last month I officially ran out of completed manuscripts. That’s right, I’ve been writing free-form this month, and so far, it’s going smooth.

If you notice a decline in my prose, please know that like Suffocation, the work will eventually get uber-edited to clean up the clunky bits. For now, first-run episodes will be polished to the best of ability in the time allotted.

Obiz Banto’s subplot in Tribal Warfare is how I’m fusing the end-game narrative of ascension into Kul’s latest mission. It feels jarring to insert chapters set in Ramaxia between the action and violence of the current mission – but they will tie together in the final scenes, and I’m hoping it pays off.

I have no artwork done of Obiz Banto (or Ebival Kul and the many others who’ve appeared recently). It bums me out a bit because my background in writing was always tied to visual-arts. I just don’t have the funds right now for those arts – and I’m not really working on trying to market because writing is taking up all my time.

Signal boost please- if you’re reading or if you’ve read, I can use all the subscribers I can to make these arts happen. 🙂 Thanks!

End of Summer Updates

The project I’m part of at work is now in the shooting stage, and this frees me up to focus more on the revisions I made to Episode Ten. No fear, ep-10 will release on the 15th as scheduled!

The retail release of the Suffocation arc has led me to engage social media again; I’ve created a Facebook Page and a new Twitter account for the series. I’m hoping this will drive traffic here and lead to more patrons – again, thanks to you all who’ve subscribed here at Femitokon.com, and to my couple of buds over at Patreon. I don’t do enough to promote the Patreon side of things because no one seems interested in hooking their info up over there– I hope that changes. 0_0


As always, if you’re new to this site–please feel free to check out the characters, timelines, and wiki-links. Immerse yourself for as long as you wish–this part of Femitokon is 100% free to read. If you like what I’ve built here, then consider subscribing via Paypal (Credit Card) or Patreon – you can catch up on Episodes 1-9 for just $2 (if you’re a fast reader!), but if you’re unwilling to commit, that’s okay. The first three episodes are available at Amazon, BN.com, Kobo, and the mighty Smashwords!