Hey everyone. It’s 1:55 in the morning on the East Coast. I’m very tired. This is not complaint so much as a general statement of my present condition. I could use some rest.
I’m publishing a good chunk of “Stitches” right now. I know that I stated that I’d have it done, and I will (that I can promise), but I suffer from what is known as WRCS (Won’t Rush Content Syndrome). Just to give you an idea of what I mean, when you read “Stitches”, you’ll note (not to toot my own—actually, screw that, to toot my own horn) the level of depth and and the amount of specifics I put into the story, the world and the dialogue. This is because I enjoy making quality content. I like creating things that don’t suck. I’ve seen too many companies and organizations churn out movies, video games, etc. before they were finished. It’s not okay with me. I mean, I don’t REALLY care, in fact I don’t care at all, since at the very least I know I’m not making those sort of creations, but it’s still dumb that it happens.
So yeah, I don’t like putting things out before they’re finished. Now you may be thinking, “Oh, but you’re putting out ‘Stitches’ before it’s finished!” Now hold on there, bucko, I’m not putting out “Stitches” until it’s finished (I’ll likely make it this week’s Friday Fiction). “Stiches – Part One”, however, is a different story. I know all the twists and turns, and the first part is complete. The second half is what I’m working on currently, and what I’ll be done with by the end of the week. Then, the full story will be released and you’ll all be happy—well, satisfied, anyway. This one isn’t exactly “The Challenge”.
All right, I think I’ve rambled on enough. I’m not excusing the lack of full content. I’m just making sure you guys don’t freak out when you see “Part One” and not simply the title on its own. So, “without further delay”, here’s “Stitches – Part One”.
P.S. – Cover image source.
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