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Website Changes - 13/10/2009OK - so I've updated the fanfics page (very briefly) - so if anyone is still looking for the OMGod stories - I've put a zip with all of them in it up there.
Website Changes - 9/10/2008Hey all - if anyone is still checking out the site - obviously it's been down for a while - I've been travelling for the last few months, and there were a few things I forgot to do before I left - like redirecting the DNS for the website so it pointed to the new server!
I'll be working on the site in the coming months - if anyone has suggestions for additions to the site - please feel free to drop me an e-mail.
The forums are currently down - I'm going to look into a new forum package to use (there was way too much updating involved with the old one).
Oh My God - Epilogue FinishedThe epilogue that I've been writing is now finished, this closes off the OMGod series in a much more complete manner than I did a few years back. Hope everyone enjoys it!
I'll also be posting some more of my original stories and perhaps even finishing off a few of my much, much older series in the not too distant future. Any and all comments are welcome..
The Epilogue can be found here!
10 Years of Oh My God?Feeling nostalgic I've been re-reading my fanfics.. and I just realised that this month it's 10 years since I first put fingers to keyboard and came up with the first OMGod story! it doesn't feel like that long ago.. Thanks everyone who's read my stories over the years - who knows.. perhaps to celebrate I might write a little something in the next couple of weeks...
|Who's a Traitor|
Who's a traitor has been moved to the forums under the fiction section - I just noticed that the final part (part 7) wasn't posted for some reason.
|What is Jugging?|
Jugging is game that has been described as 'Medieval Footbal' it is played by two teams of five players armed with and assortment of padded 'weapons'. The aim of the game is to get a foam 'dogskull' ofr 'jug' onto a spike at the opposing end of the field while preventing the opposing team from doing the same.