ATL returns very soon, just next week. Updates will resume on May 11th (and Systemless will resume on May 9th), and I hope you’re here to read each chapter as it comes out. When ATL returns, I’ll post advance chapters on Patreon (in addition to all the other amazing bonus content). But for the time being I won’t put paywalled advance chapters on the main site. Readers didn’t like getting chapter update notifications that they couldn’t read…
Just like I wrote in the previous news update, when ATL returns, for a while it will only update once a week, on Tuesdays. I’m really sorry about that, but I’m continuously overloaded with projects and they keep lasting longer than I want them to. I already know that my projects won’t get any less busy by the end of 2021, so to be safe I’m going to post it pretty slow. Hopefully this will mean chapters are a little bit longer than average, but no promises.
Hopefully Dog Days in Hotlanta is still good enough that you’ll keep up every week (it’s about half over currently). But if you want to wait until it’s over to catch up, that’s fine, too; ATL is going to be around for a very long time, so you’re OK to do some binge reading every few months (that’s what I do too). I really hope you leave comments, though! I love comments and try to respond to them when I can.
And, like the previous update, I’m still working on how to do ATL Season 1 ebooks. I’ll probably commission new covers for each story, and maybe pay for a nice copyedit, but that’ll probably cost so much that it will destroy and money the books will ever make… lol the realities of indie publishing… (please donate, I really want to afford the edit) If all goes well, I’ll get all eight Season 1 stories released on digital ebook platforms by the end of 2021, and add them as Patreon rewards as well. If all goes REALLY well, I’ll add each Season 2 story as ebooks right as they finish, too.
Honestly, I don’t know if anyone wants ATL ebooks… Especially when the stories are already online for free. But I want them, so I’m going to try my best to release them.
I really wish I could tell you about all the cool projects I’ve been working on in 2020 and 2021! Hopefully a few more actually show up soon, because I’m really antsy about them. These ATL delays have been worth it, I promise.
Thanks for reading this update. I’m really excited about ATL returning soon, and I hope you are too.