... which means another writing hiatus. Considering most of the feedback I've been getting regarding my writing of late has been plummeting story scores, I guess that won't be the worst thing in the world.
Hope to be back again in a couple of weeks.
For readers of "Listening to Jack" - would a published Cast of Characters list be helpful? If so, let me know.
I don't think "Jack" is approaching "Lord of the Tingd" or "A Game of Thrones" sized character rosters yet, but it's starting to creep up there.
Chapter 24 of "Listening to Jack" will be posted soon.
It's a fairly short chapter, and it's relatively smut-free. I also suspect some readers aren't going to care for the direction this takes the story, but them's the breaks, I guess.
If you're only in this for the smut, I suggest just waiting until the next installment and skipping this one. Otherwise, thanks for continuing to read these chapters, and thanks also for your continued patience.
Chapter 23 of "Listening to Jack" is now posted.
How I ever thought this story was going to only be nine chapters way back when I started it is beyond me.
Well, a while back I was blogging about sequels.
The first chapter to one of those sequels - "A Colte Family Vacation" - should be up and posted shortly, if it isn't already posted by the time you're reading this. It's a follow up to "Fun with the Colte Family", and follows the further (mis)adventures of slutty Sarah and her brother Bobby, as they take a trip to their Aunt Martha's house in the countryside.
Do you need to have read the original "Fun with the Colte Family" in order to read "Vacation"? No. It's not a necessity. Both are basically just stroke stories, at the end of the day. I would, however, seriously recommend reading "Fun" first, though, in case you're into the elements of the story that actually features some plot. Some of that plot in "Vacation" probably won't make sense unless you've read the original story.
Anyway, with that warning/recommendation give, I hope you enjoy the story.
Next up - a new chapter of "Playing Ball with Mom". No, I haven't forgotten that story!