So. Things are going to be a little different around here for the next few weeks. Behind the break, I'll explain what's going to be happening, but if you want the short version, here you are:
tl;dr: I'm going on vacation for a couple of weeks. Posts will continue at the usual intervals in my absence. Also, there's some cool stuff coming up in the near future.
For all the details, see below.
Vacation! Woo! Effective Saturday morning, I'll be off visiting relatives, and probably won't have regular internet access (though I'll see if I can't check in a couple of times). So here's what's coming up:
First off, I'll finish out my post buffer. Ditzy Doo and the Blustery Day and the Blueblood Returns set of stories will go up on Monday and Wednesday.
After that, I've managed to cajole a few trusted souls (i.e. people whom I know visit this site and whose e-mail addresses I had handy) into writing some guest posts. Having already read them myself, I can assure you that you're all in for a treat; we've got fandom commentary, story reviews, and a little bit of frothing-at-the-mouth-style ranting all scheduled. That ought to get us through to July, when I'll be back home.
But my homecoming will not just bring a return to the status quo; no, there's some exciting stuff on the horizon. First off, Fallout: Equestria. Although it's still a ways off going by my usual "last updated" approach to reviewing stories, I'm skipping it to the head of the line due to one simple fact: it's about 600,000 words long. I'm going to have two weeks of traveling in which to do some reading, so why not mix business and pleasure? I'll see if I can't get through it on the trip, and write up my review of one of the fandom's most substantial works when I come home.
Even more exciting, Kazka Press recently contacted me to ask if they could send me a review copy of their upcoming brony-themed short story anthology. When I was through being stunned that I'm apparently important enough to merit the attention from a commercial publishing house, I accepted their offer. So when I return, look for my review of Bronies: for the Love of Ponies. For those of you who'd heard about this collection and were greeting its imminent publication with either anticipation or apprehension, I hope that my review will offer some insight.
So all in all, there's a lot to look forward to in the next month.