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Scoot on over to Chicago Duo & Co.

2014-03-25 13:37:23 by Dungeonkills

Hey everyone. Wow time passes by fast, I can't believe that it has already been nearly 2 weeks since my last post, but here I am once again to announce that Chicago Duo's 3rd part is now out. In the time it has taken for the voting to be conducted, the decision to be revealed and for me to write up the now released following, a lot has happened with StoryShift.

As the choice reveal has shown, the community majority vote went for saving the box from the warehouse. Now I won't spoil it for any of you who haven't been reading, but I will say that this next choice will have a permanent impact on the story. I know a lot of your given options so far have been things the character could do, but this time I switched it up a bit by giving you all a GODLY choice, one that no mere mortal in the story can make, but only you. I have also commited a little bit more research into Chicago and the 1960s (seperate subjects), so keep a look out for any small but obvious historical references, which I will also be adding more of in the future.

Just this morning, a few moments before Chicago Duo Part 3 was released, I noticed that we had racked up a total of more than 30,000 votes from the very release of the app until now. We have over 1600 subscriptions too, which I'm sure at least one of you who are reading this at the moment are a part of (if you really did subscribe, high five!). We are at a count of 17 writers and stories right now too, and still possibly increasing.

I've got to say that being a writer isn't easy though. I'm brand new at this and the world I switched to - from being a content user to content creator - is much larger than I'd ever imagined it. It is amazing to see all the work and dedication one can put into such a project. I know on my part I have been staying up late at night, hell sometimes not even getting sleep, to plan over what will happen next in Chicago Duo. Evil-Dog has been a huge help too, not only in programming, but in upholding social media (with some of us assisting), giving valuable feedback to us writers, and generally being a good morale boost when we may need it. Business aside, I've made some amazing friends.

Enough of me though- as we are approaching the end of the second month that StoryShift has been in on, I've come to realize that we still have a long, epic journey before us and that I am grateful to have anyone, especially fans, tag along for the ride. For those of you who haven't checked it out yet, be sure to click this link to visit StoryShift. And if you have checked us out at first and didn't find the type of story you were looking for, I insist you give a look again, our stories have nearly doubled since StoryShift started.

Anyways everyone, this is it for me for now, and until then,




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