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[Tyler] - October 25th, 2004 9:27 PM MDT

All Right!

It Works! GREAT! We are about to relaunch. Those who are still coming around, Thanks. We will be rolling along again soon.

[Tyler] - October 25th, 2004 9:16 PM MDT


Are we back up?

[Tyler] - September 17th, 2003 7:15 PM MDT

School and what little else.

I realize that updates have been few and far between since the beginning of September. The sole cause of this has been the new semester at school. I have a full load this term, plus the fact that I'm expecting to graduate in three semesters so I'm in a lot of high workload classes. Throw in homework, extra curricular activities plus a full schedule at work and that leaves little time right now for other things.

A comic page averages from start to finish around 5 to 7 hours of work. As much as I love to create the Nova Chronicles, I'm just not capable of giving it the time I'd like to each week. Does this mean I'm hanging it up? NO WAY! The fact is that I still have big big plans for the NC but right now it is just incapable of being a priority over getting a paper done or going to class or earning money to pay the mortgage.

So here's the deal. Bear with me for now, keep the NC bookmarked on your browser and check back from time to time and I'll get a page up whenever I can. I have several ideas for the site that can make it even more of a fun and interactive place to visit. Hopefully, Scott will have more free time then I so he can put those changes into effect.

I know after waiting so long that this is not the news you all wanted to hear but unfortunatly sometimes the work has to get done before we can have fun. I am very proud of what the Chronicles has become so far and look forward to it becoming even more in the future, but I would rather wait until I have the time and resources to do it right rather than do a poor job on it now just for the sake of updating in a regular scheduled manner.

Thanks for the support. I won't leave you hanging for long.

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