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Pakku has a strict “no moral gray zones” clause in this contract.

I tried out something new for the Behind-the-Scenes blog on Patreon. A video diary, rambling (with many extreme hand motions) about what I’m working on and the things I’m thinking about. It was a lot of fun, and I think I will make more of them in the future. I’ve always wanted to keep a diary, but never found the written kind had much appeal. My thoughts tend to branch and scatter, going from one tangent to another, and writing a journal always felt like trying to play catch-up with my mind. The video version seems to match the way my mind works a little better. Plus, the visual and audio elements are features that a written journal just can’t capture…unless you count my horrible hand-writing as a “visual.”

This is the first one, which I shared with Patrons earlier today. Most, if not all, of the future videos will be Patron exclusive, for patrons at $1 and above! I’m going to try keeping them during the break too. I think it will be a good way to keep my thoughts in order.

In community news, my good friend Liz Staley has launched a Kickstarter for her third book! Adrastus is a modern love letter to 70’s and 80’s Giant Robots, with a fantastic heroine coming into her mecha-weilding heritage. I wish Liz all the best and hope for a successful campaign! Please check it out and share it with your friends!

Lastly, thank you again for all your encouragement regarding the upcoming break. I think it’s really important for me to take this time, and both my wellbeing and my story will benefit. You are all amazing people, and I will look forward every day to my return.


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I’m digging this buddy cop thing they’ve got going. Pakku isn’t even mad. He’s just huffy. I love it.

Pakku has very specific things that he’ll get mad about. Morality, as his society would define it, rarely has much to do with those things.

See, now you’ve got me curious. What WILL Pakku get mad about?

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