But what's the harm in reading them? Who knows, you may even come to enjoy them. I've read a few myself, and to be honest, some of them didn't seem all that interesting at first glance. But then I said, "What the heck, I'll give it a try." and was quite impressed by what they delivered. They might have not been perfect, but really, what is?
These people had the passion and motivation to share their thoughts, feelings, and ideas through their work, and as a result made me see the world in a different light. Even if their audience may not be very sizable, if they managed to positively affect the life of one single person, I believe they had accomplished what they wanted.
For those of you who are supporting us, we are very thankful. And for those who are new to our project and are contemplating whether you should read Lucid9 when it is complete, I ask you to please stop and think, "What's the harm in reading it?"
We are not only doing this project for ourselves, but for everyone. And I'd like to share some of the hard work our team has been doing lately.
We are progressing nicely music-wise. A handful of tracks have already been completed (Including one of mine. ^^) and others are being worked on.
Regardless of the difficulties, we've been doing rather well. We heavily collaborate with each other and help one another when needed, which is key to success.
That's all I have to say for the moment. Thank you so much for reading, and I'll see you in the next update for Lucid9.