Update

Hey. I thought I should update you all on my status and the status of the chapter, and unfortunately… it’s not looking good.

I’ll be frank. Recently I was let go from my job very suddenly and without much warning. On the same day, a flat tire and a few bad decisions totalled my car, and now I’m once again unemployed and dealing with a variety of other problems in my life (some serious and some not). I’ve got a lot on my plate right now, both logistically and emotionally, and I don’t feel like this is the right kind of mindset to be writing Goodfae in.

Therefore, I’m putting this series on an official hiatus until I sort shit out in my life. Whether this hiatus will be temporary or indefinite depends on how long it takes me to get my affairs in order, mentally, physically and emotionally. Either way, expect to not hear from me for a while. I’ll keep you updated on any future developments.

I thank you all for your continued support of Goodfae, and I hope someday soon that we’ll all be able to look back on this and laugh. Until then, you have my sincerest thanks and appreciation. You’ve all been so great to me these past two years, and I wish I could’ve done better by you.

EDIT: I just realized this sounds kind of grim in retrospect, so just let me reassure everyone that I will be back once I have things situated, and preferably once I’ve finished a full buffer of chapters. Since I’m announcing a formal hiatus anyway, I figured now would be the best time to make sure this doesn’t happy again in the future. So whatever you may think of this, at least know that I intend to stay busy, and I’m coming back.

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3 comments

    1. They are, actually. I’m shotgunning resumes all over the place and right now I’ve been spending the time inbetween working part-time at the warehouse that belongs to my local publishing company. The hours and pay are almost as good as my last job, so I’m not exactly hurting for money or anything right now.

      My big goal right now is just to find my first “career” job since I have at least some temporary job security where I am right now. That and amassing at least a handful or two of buffer chapters.

  1. Glad to hear that life’s bs has leveled out. Your story is one of the more unique ones and it’s pretty awesome that we still have a chance to read the rest of it.

    Keep it up with the resumes and don’t feel too much pressure to accept the first opportunity you are offered just to “be in your field”. Good jobs are like girlfriends. The wrong one is just miserable.

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