He got a pretty nifty Celtic fish on his shoulder . For mine, I decided to turn to you, my readers , for suggestions. And they poured in. I narrowed it down to a handful I liked, then made my decision. Henry and I thought it would be fun for me to try to get my tattoo on the TV show ". Ink", so I applied. They accepted! Discover Magazine generously offered to cover my expenses, and so a little while later I was on my way to Hollywood to get myself some ink.
Note: I will never abandon a story or a series though there may be times I go years without updating one. For those WIP stories that are on the On-Hold list above, no, they will not be abandoned - I just don't currently have a time frame for when I will get back to them due to writer's block, a lack of inspiration, or other deterrent that is keeping me from getting them finished. I have also not listed all of my current projects as there are another 10 or 15 stories I've been piddling around with for the past year but they aren't my primary focus as of right now.
“If this is supposed to be a “Comedy Vehicle,” someone had better call the RAC to get it started.” Gmanthedemon,
Come the day you sign a contract, though, you’re going to need to be able to have the endurance to get through Grunt, so it’s an important skill to learn if you’re heading in that direction. I’m sometimes asked what I think the most important skill that an aspiring game programmer should learn, and my reply is usually “Completion”. Having the strength of will to push through the hardest parts of the project even when you feel like smeg and would rather be doing something else is the mark of a professional.