I didn't get any work done on Lupus Moon over the holidays and, although I recently worked on it, it's been several more days since I last touched Issue #1, I'm finally working on it again. Based on the progress from my last session, the script really should've been done by now, but I hit a small snag in plotting and fear of dealing with it (really the fear that it wouldn't work and I'd have to restructure the whole issue) kept me away. But the time away only served to throw more fuel on the fire, so now I'm determined to iron out the issue and move forward.
At this point, I'm thinking I might write up all six issues before approaching an artist. I might flip on this, of course (I know I don't have to have the entire story completed to get the ball rolling), but it would feel great to get the entire thing written so I can cleanly move on to the next project--'cause I have a lot of ideas, and I'm not getting any younger.
But it's all good. This will most assuredly be easier on the next arc when I'm not trying to consolidate story bits from so many disparate files into a narrative whose details have changed numerous times.