Series 6

STAT  US
(This follows after "Series 5" and - no surprise - takes place via Blog!)

6.1 - Babble On Project                                         6.2 - Old Friends?                                       6.3 - Where and Pieces
6.4 - Banding Together                                         6.5 - Chide of Chaotica!                             6.6 - Set Theory
6.7 - Add a Love Trace                                          6.8 - Map Quest                                           6.9 - That's Weierd
6.10 - Jumping to Conclusions                          6.11 - Can Torrent Information               6.12 - Contact Lenses
6.13 - Around the World                                      6.14 - Why Axis                                            6.15 - Mind Over Matters
6.16 - Fractal Designs                                          6.17 - Cliff Notes                                          6.18 - Hi Council
6.19 - Step Up                                                         6.20 - Psy Kicks                                           6.21 - Piece Offering
6.22 - Illogic Gate                                                 6.23 - Cue Bid                                                6.24 - CF Sees
6.25 - Uncomfortable Setting                            6.26 - Familiar Ring                                    6.27 - Kiss and Yell
6.28 - Name Theory                                             6.29 - Uncomplementary                           6.30 - Plan ParaB
6.31 - Fallacious Climax                                     6.32 - Just a Moment                                 6.33 - Escape Velocity

End of the Line

posted May 19, 2014, 2:56 PM by Gregory Taylor

I had the initial idea in May of 2011.
Having now finished Series 6 in May of 2014, I'm going on indefinite (perhaps permanent?) hiatus.


It's partly that, given the long hours I sink into this thing, the response hasn't been what I'd hoped. You can read my final autopsy here. But it's also partly to investigate other writing options.

Still, I'd encourage people to read what I've got here so far, and if you want to build on it some way, or create your own variations on the characters, by all means! Math is, after all, universal. Just please send me a message to keep me in the loop. Thanks!

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Gregory Taylor
mathtans@gmail.com

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