Faith’s cloud rode the wind faster than Jay could clamber after her. She zipped up cliffs and over divots. He had to search for shallower paths and leap over trenches in the steepening terrain. Soon Jay lost sight of her, but he continued to trudge up the slopes. Occasionally he glimpsed a pinprick of white against the mountainside, but always lost it when the wind whipped it left and right.
Thanks for reading Akayama DanJay. I enjoy writing in my free time, and I feel more fulfilled having done it in an area where people can pop in and check it out, and including commentary to try explaining what I’m on about. It’s also nice to say, “Hey, check out AkayamaDanJay.com!” and have people say, “huh?” and then I spell it out and maybe they check my website later, if they remember.
But I’ve learned a lot in the last year and a half or so, and it’s time to leave this story and move onto new projects. I hope you can join me in breaking new ground. Here’s my plan:
I want to make a new website called TedWrites.com. This will be easier to tell people about, because I won’t have to say, “well, it’s two characters’ names, except it’s really sort of two-and-a-half characters’ names, see…” The new site will be a hub for all my stories and whatever other projects I assign myself. I’ll move Akayama DanJay onto the new site, in a new order as I’ve mentioned before, but I’ve already planned out the next novel-length-work I want to write.