End of the Semester

Many of you probably know that I’m going back to school for a second degree, this time in Mechanical Design. Working full time, and going to school full time doesn’t leave a lot of extra time for other things, which is why I haven’t updated here lately, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been doing anything else. I’ve had to slow down my guitar building, but I’ve still managed to finish a couple custom requests and a couple extra guitars for my online store. They’re still selling pretty well, at an average of 2 a month, but I have far more ideas for builds than I can currently work on, which can be a little aggravating. Here are a couple of the recent builds:

In addition to the guitar building, I’ve also been writing. Not nearly as much as I would like, but I’m happy just to be able to write. I’ve mainly been working on the sequel to My Life As Death as well as the sequel to The Consciousness Puzzle. Both are coming along nicely but I have no idea when either will be done.

Next week is my final week of this semester, though, so I hope to be able to focus even more time on writing, and possibly guitar building in the near future, so I also hope to be updating this blog more frequently.

2 thoughts on “End of the Semester”

  1. I hear you, Kevin. I went through a couple classes for a quarter. A month after finishing, I’m just starting to feel like time is my own. It’s a great feeling.
    I was able to follow some of your work during classes. The guitars are fantastic!
    In doing all you do, don’t forget to do for yourself.

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    1. Thank you! I hope you got an much out of your classes as I did out of mine. I still have 1 more year of classes, but I won’t be going full time do it will be nice to have a little more time.

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