Cracked, or How the Love of Seafood Saved Unova
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November 15th, 2013 (01:25 AM).
Gone. May or may not return.
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: The Misspelled Cyrpt
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Ah 'tis a shame, but this sort of thing does sometimes happen with creative endeavours.
Best of luck with your future writings.
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Thank you very much, to you and to everyone else. You're all very kind, and I really appreciate the support you've given this story, whether by posting or just by reading.
Unfortunately, as I've been uncomfortably aware for a long time now,
is moving towards an ending that supports a series of propositions about the world that I fundamentally disagree with, and I've sort of come to hate working towards those ends. If there was a way for me to to change that ending so that I'd feel comfortable writing it, then I would, but - as I have been forced to admit to myself over the past few weeks - there isn't: at this point in the story, the ending is set in stone and its philosophy is immutable.
So yeah. That's the main reason why I'm having to cut it short. I do have another project in mind - something quite different from the series of fics that I've posted so far - but that may not materialise for some time. I hate to be unreliable, since it feels like I'm short-changing readers if I cease to be a reliable producer of diversions and entertainments, but I'm afraid I can't avoid it. My apologies for that.
Anyway. That's it from me for now. See you later.
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