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05 January 2009 @ 02:23 pm
Now if I could just drag everyone else back in here. *LOL* 

Let me apologize now for all of the whining and everything going on here in my LJ. Things have been stressful of late and I seem to have not been handling it well. Also, I know that a handful of you are restless and wondering when the speed is going to pick up on Heirs. I also know that that's part of the reason reviews have fallen well off. Trust me, we're up to something. Anyone who read LS knows that we do this sort of slow build. And Anissa made a really good post explaining it all. This isn't going to be all fluff, guys. You know better. ;) 

If I promise to be a good girl and see if I can get us back up to weekly schedule, will the readers promise to read again? I really think the drop-off was about the holiday, but you know Little Miss Perfectionist. I'm a dork and every last one of you know it. *rolls eyes at self* 

I also talked to januaried this afternoon and we're going to get the ball rolling again at reeveverse. It may take some time, but I'm going to see what I can do to get the fandom rolling again. New Year, new set of resolutions. It's time to get my shit in gear and out of this space I've found myself in. I'm the Reeveverse's biggest fan and I have a duty to keep us updated.

Yeah, it's like that. *LOL*
On the Verge of: determineddetermined
sean_montgomery: Superman - Superman iconicsean_montgomery on January 5th, 2009 09:23 pm (UTC)
If I promise to be a good girl and see if I can get us back up to weekly schedule, will the readers promise to read again?

Not to sound discouraging, but I don't think that will change anything. I think we all have to accept that the fandom is dying down, so people who were following stories without putting alerts on them or who are losing interest in the fandom in general probably won't hop back in until there's positive news regarding the movie or whatever. (Wow, that was a run-on sentence. O_o) My point is that you might have to count on hits more than you do reviews right now. And if people are getting impatient, well, that's their problem - if they've read LS or anything else you've written, they should be aware that you guys know what you're doing. I know you won't listen to me, but I'm going to say it anyway: don't worry about it so much. ;)
Lois: Lois :: Listeningkalalanekent on January 6th, 2009 05:02 am (UTC)
Actually, I was just worrying about the readers here. On FF.net, I can't complain at all. I just know that a few of the regulars over here have been busy for the holidays and the readers over on FF have asked if we were going to go back to the weekly schedule. And, actually, I'm more comfortable with the weekly one myself. Impatience doesn't bother me; I'd rather work with a tight deadline, to be honest. It makes me think more carefully about what I do.

Honestly, I'm not worried. As long as I have readers out there period, I'm not going to let it bother me. Seriously. I just want to make sure that the regulars aren't bored and let you guys know what I'm thinking about. The 'good girl' comment was more for the regulars than anyone else. I know there are several people that read here that don't comment, especially since every time I get too worried several pop up. It's all good, really.

Thanks for worrying about it, Abby. *blows kiss*