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This is the eighth part of the Hero’s Tale Vote Your Adventure story. More information can be found here. If you need to catch up, check out the Vote Your Adventure link at the top of the page. I have links to all the previous entries setup there. This time, I’m giving you two weeks before I close voting. As I mentioned earlier, I’m going to put work on the story on a hiatus while I work on some other projects. I want to make sure everyone has time to vote.
The tavern upstairs was full of people. Bardulf didn’t trust anyone up there. For all he knew, they could all be working together. He thought he would have a better chance finding an exit here in the basement.
He knelt down and pulled the knife out of the body. The voices in the hallway were getting closer. Bardulf wiped the knife off and slid it into his belt before stepping closer to the doorway to listen.
“The buyers will be here in three days,” said a man.
“Maybe we can include that stranger who was sniffing around for the boss,” another man replied.
So, this is the last thing I really wanted to do, but I need to. Part 8 of my Hero’s Tale VYA will be going up in the next day or so, and then I am putting the VYA on hiatus for a couple of weeks.
The reasons are multiple, and I explained them in my previous post. I need to feel comfortable focusing on non-writing things for a while. It has been hard enough getting work done related to my family and home through these last 2 months. Getting writing in has been even harder.
That being said, I will be writing and working on this blog behind the scenes. When I return, it will be with Part 9. I might have a few non VYA related posts going as well. There are a number in the queue that I haven’t been able to finish up yet.
I haven’t been blogging as much in general because of a block in my mind. After I finished #ROW80, I began thinking about how to work my blog. I want to have this site focused on my Hero’s Tale stories. That leaves a lot of stuff left out, though. And I believe that material would be better suited to an author blog. That is why I purchased BrianTRonk.com. But, you can see that I haven’t done anything with it yet. I have been researching how to host multiple WordPress blogs with one install, and I believe I have it all figured out. In the near future, I’m going to take the site down to get everything going. Here’s hoping that I don’t completely break it.
I also want to look at a redesign of the blog. I’ve only begun thinking about this, so that is further down the line.
As I have said, I am not abandoning the story. I’ve become invested in the story, and I want to know how it turns out. Bardulf’s Tale is just starting to get interesting. I will see you soon.