The story of Tiandao has come to an end, thank you for your companionship along the way.
I was going to write an adventure story, but I veered off halfway along the way, which made it look pretty awkward. Looking back now, after all, it was due to lack of preparation for new books and lack of experience.
After the battle of Yama, the progress of the story has been greatly accelerated. One reason is that the Seven Star Privy Council is indeed no longer the main opponent of the protagonist and his party, but another reason, and the most important reason, is my health problem. You should have noticed that a large part of the recent leave requests are related to insomnia. In fact, this has only gotten worse since I wrote the Brilliant Pen Project, and I haven't gotten around to it.
At that time, Tiandao was just halfway through writing, and I received a custom article from the king, which led to writing until five or six in the morning every day. Near the time of handing over the manuscript, I even wrote until 8:00 in the morning, and I continued to write at about 1:00 after I woke up. Not to mention the complete reversal of work and rest, Tiandao's double shift has also become a single shift, plus the neighbors are just renovating, and the quality of sleep is extremely poor. I feel that those few months were the most difficult period of time.
Coupled with the long-term sedentary and lack of exercise, I now feel shortness of breath and chest tightness when I climb stairs. Considering these issues, I can only speed up the second half of the plot and finish the book earlier.
It's a pity, but that's all there is to it.
Next, I will stay in the hospital for a period of time, and then exercise. In any case, the weight must be reduced to prevent some chronic diseases from affecting the writing state. At the same time, I will also accumulate inspiration during this rest period, and hope that the next book will make more progress.
Just like Li waiting for Xia Fan, I am also looking forward to meeting you all again.
So, see you in the next story.
A small thank you.