End of August: Current Projects & Progress

It’s the end of the month again, so you know what that means: time to give you another update on the current progress I’m making with my large writing projects.  I’ve got several up on the table.

  • Please Be Mine: PBM now has a blog of sorts – it now has its own page on the West Bancroft Side Story blog.  Check it out to learn more about the project!  Currently, I have completed the first two episodes and some scenes in the final two episodes.
  • The Final Experiment: This project is in the editing stage, but I’ve been moving really slowly on it.  I think I’ll be putting on hold until January, since I’m going to be busy this semester with jobs and classes.
  • Unnamed novel: One of the ONLY unnamed projects I’m working on recently got a bit of a revival thanks to some conversations about steampunk with a close friend of mine…  You might expect to see a little bit about the novel (including a post begging for title ideas!) or about the steampunk movement in general in the upcoming months!

There’s a bit more going on at the moment, but since I’m starting a new job soon I can’t really do too much.  The following projects are on hold until further notice:

  • The Rules
  • WBSS Live!
  • Project Revolution (Project Archangel trilogy in general)

For now, I’ll probably focus on the three large projects mentioned above as well as poetry and short fiction because of my work with the UT Writer’s Guild.  Keep an eye out for more of my articles on workshopping!


Published by Feliza

Feliza Casano is a writer and editor with a love of speculative fiction, graphic novels, and good books. She writes and edits at Girls in Capes (GirlsinCapes.com) and contributes to other websites on science fiction and fantasy topics.


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