Recently, I started posting a webcomic called Chironicles, a comedic take on some of the wackiest moments in Greek mythology. (In case you have no idea what I'm talking about, here's one of the strips from the comic.)
Now, I love writing and drawing this thing. It's a lot of fun. But I've run up against one of those entrepreneurial hurdles where what you enjoy doing isn't always the most profitable thing to be spending your time on. As you may know if you follow my blog regularly, I'm working hard on getting a lot of books published this year, and I don't want to get too caught up in any side projects in 2020.
However, that does not mean I'm ending Chironicles. On the contrary, I'm going to expand it. My intention is to reboot Chironicles in the near future as a book series rather than a comic. I'll still be using the comic for marketing purposes and probably making new strips from time to time, but the main focus will be on full-length novels using the same characters and dialogue from the comic. My intention is for the Chironicles book series to be set within the Afterverse in some way, though the focus will be less on tying in with established continuity and more on pure comedy, as the comic has been.
For the time being, Chironicles is going to remain on hold while I get some other high-priority projects sorted out, but I'll be revisiting it by the end of the year. Watch this space for further news on the series in the not-too-distant future. And thank you, both for your patience and for all the love you've shown this silly little thing. I'm glad you've been enjoying it, and I hope to bring you more Chironicles before too long.