Lunar marked is so good! I really enjoy reading it, I binged the whole thing and started reading Succubus tail right after. I hope your dream of becoming a full-time writer comes true and I hope you will see it through to the end because you are definitely talented! I enjoy how you aren't afraid to explore trans characters outright, as well as sexual stuff.
Thank you so much FlitterPuff for adding Astraology to your currently reading list. Please feel free to follow, favorite, comment, and rate. Let me know what you think so far. Also do you know Luna? Isn't she epic. I need to catchup on her book Solstice. Anyway thanks again!
Oh hey! You found my book, and apparently blitzed it inside of a day! That's... honestly crazy impressive!
Thank you so much! I'm glad you were able to find something to resonate with! I might give your book a check-out as well, though normally I'm not much of a smut reader (Says she who wrote Chapter 15.5 of Solstice)
Salut d'un fan français j'aurais une question sur Lunar Marked j'ai bien compris le Gender Bender mais je voulais savoir je suis au chapitre 40 et camilla est un futari ou juste elle c'est magiquement fais un pénis merci d'avance et j'adore votre histoire pour le moment ^^
Hello there! I don’t really ascribe to the idea of “futinari” personally, at least not as it is portrayed by most of the internet, given that most people view it as a fetish. I would rather label her simply as a trans character instead.
Apologies for not having the chapter out yet! I've been having migraine issues the past few days... But! Tomorrow is the beginning of NaNoWriMo. I'm hoping to up my writing amount, hopefully to where I'm doing two chapters a day. Wish me luck!
So sadly there won't be a chapter of Lunar Marked tomorrow. I've been sick this week, which means I'm not really up to doing much writing or editing right now, and I like to do one last editing pass through a chapter before posting it. Hopefully by next weekend I'll be all better again!
For those waiting for Succubus Tail, I have to apologize. Work is kicking my *** this weekend (for reasons that aren't worth going into,) so I'm gonna put posting updates on a brief hiatus until Thursday, the 12th, where I'll start posting chapter 6. I'll have Wednesday off to get it all edited and ready! Hopefully the days will go by quickly!
Venatus Maleficarum is back! I know at least a few people have missed it. I'm still working on The Quest for World Domination as my main series for now, but expect the occasional VM chapter as well. Also, if you haven't seen my Patreon account yet but want to support me, check it out: https://www.patreon.com/FlitterPuff
UPDATE: I've been working on chapter 5 for quite a while now, and something about it just hasn't satisfied me. I've ended up deciding that it needs a rewrite, which means that there won't be a chapter tomorrow, unfortunately. Sorry! Perhaps I'm trying to be too much of a perfectionist, but I just don't like the chapter as it stands. My hope is to have chapter 5 up on Monday the 17th now, since I was considering switching to Monday releases anyway.
In other news, I've started antidepressants again. I've come to realize I've been struggling with depression issues for a while, and being on medication once more should hopefully keep my motivation up and slowly improve my will to write more and more.
Take your time to get the chapter right - but don't overthink it too much. That's my advice, at least. The difference between a very good chapter and a perfect chapter is in the eye of the beholder and your readers won't complain. Also, good luck with the new meds! An odd effect of many antidepressants is that motivation often comes back quickly. Well before you start feeling better mood-wise, in fact.
Thank you for responding and answering my question. Right now (ironically), it is very stressful for any work to be completed. I had expected this much time at home (self-isolation) would motivate me to write, but, nope. I understand where you are coming from (I believe?).
I hope your days become better and more comfortable.
In a way, I've had the opposite problem. My time off I was writing quite a bit. I think one day I wrote like 2k words (which is a ton for me at least.) Then I started back work and it's been just chaotic there. Too mentally exhausted to write even on most of my off days.
In that case, I think you are doing the right thing listening to what your body tells you and resting (at least, I hope that is what you are doing?). As I've been told a million-and-one times: real life always takes precedence over everything else. I'm sure you've heard the same, but it is true. Rest well!