It's done. At least in the sense of 50k words being put down together in files, telling some kind of a story. It has its moments, to be sure, but there's also a fair amount of fluff and fill and untidied loose ends.
Part of that is intentional, given the subject matter: time travel, and the notion that you can "go fix" whatever you want to. The Good Guys know that's a bad idea, but eventually they succumb to the temptation anyway; absolute power corrupts absolutely. So multiple timelines that are mutually incompatible is part of the point, really.
But to do that well, and more or less comprehensibly, would be much more work than I had time for this month.
For those who care, the incidents related in my last two WFC stories (for challenges 6 and 7) are part of this story. Somebody said they wanted to see more in this world, and, boy howdy, is there ever more now. :-)
Why do I do this again?
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