Real Life Updates 1.0 (Short Hiatus)

Possibly until the end of February or beginning of March.


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So a little bit of unfortunate news, my translations for Volume 3 chapters 27-30 will be delayed. Possibly until the end of February or beginning of March.

I didn’t realize how much time I’d need to allocate for my History class, but after reviewing the course syllabus. I became aware of several things. There’s a requirement to do group, project work. Which means meeting up with classmates in my group and doing collective project work, in my personal time. Leaving me with no time to translate.

One of the current group projects relates to going to historical landmarks or museums, actually taking notes, do on-site research, or interviews and stuff. And later present it to the whole class.

I basically have about 4 weeks to work with my group and produce something that will ensure I can pass (hoping for a B grade at the least, an A would be great). So as of this post, I will be on hiatus to concentrate on college work.

If any other changes occurs, like being able to resume translating sooner than I expect, I’ll make sure to let you guys know.

Thank you for kindly understanding.

4 comments on “Real Life Updates 1.0 (Short Hiatus)”

  1. Well… Although it’s sad that there will be no update for a month, but your reason is justifiable. So a reader like me will have to wait until you’re back on translating. Good luck with college

  2. I wish you well, and hope you do great. Pass your classes and please come back to translating.

    I’m not fond of MTLs, even if it’s easy to Google translate.

    I enjoy your style. Because it’s an Americanized version.

    You use subtle verbiage which I can relate to, and you also add reference links, which I sometimes look at.

    Good luck & hopefully your professor gives you an ‘A’!

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