Tangled River 170

posted 28th Jun 2018, 12:00 AM

Tangled River 170
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28th Jun 2018, 12:00 AM

snowshadow

Thanks to those who made suggestions on what my next steps should be in order to get a print edition out there. I'll let you know when I've settled on a plan.

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4th Jul 2018, 2:43 AM

snowshadow

Sorry, I'm going to be a day late posting the next page. I spent much of last week getting the TR files ready to send to CreateSpace for a print edition of the first two chapters of the book. There was a lot of proof-reading, resizing, and cleaning up to do, but I hope to have te final version available on Amazon by the end of summer.

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28th Jun 2018, 1:28 PM

The Doodler

So steam engines work. Maybe.

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17th Sep 2018, 11:09 AM

Guest

I don't know if all electrics are broken or just electronics. But either way, a steam engine doesn't require either one.

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28th Jun 2018, 11:37 PM

Delta-v

Another series of classes in history, science, and engineering that Tanya didn't pay attention to?

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5th Jul 2018, 8:30 AM

David

Wouldn't much of that knowledge have been likely stored in some computerized form that would have been lost when all the advanced technology ceased to function?

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29th Jun 2018, 6:47 AM

Fugacity

I really enjoy the quality of your story telling. The world you have created is consistent but with vast swaths of unknown - which puts us very well in the mindset of the protagonist. You also do a good job of bringing the reader along in understanding what the protagonist DOES know that we would not. You also do a good job dribbling out the discoveries the protagonist makes so that we can share in her adventure and anxieties.

Your illustrations are also top notch. You make things from your imagination extremely realistic for the readers like me.

My only (sort of) complaint is that you can't post faster. I'm anxious to see where the story goes. It's a pity you are not independently wealthy (so far as I know) so that you could spend 16 hours a day slaving away for me to finish the story more quickly...

:-P

... anyway - keep up the good work.

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3rd Jul 2018, 5:09 AM

snowshadow

Hi Fugacity. Thanks so much for your nice comments. Unfortunately, I'm just really slow, and though I'm trying to speed my drawing process up, I'm afraid it will have to stay one page a week for at least the near future.

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4th Jul 2018, 12:23 PM

Bathymetheus

Please don't push yourself to the point of getting repetitive-stress injury. This is a known hazard for artists.

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