The thoughts and work of Sam Witt

The End of Half-Made Girls

A book store chalkboard sign with the words 'The End is Nigh" written on it in all caps.This is it. The last chapter of Half-Made Girls is now available for all and sundry to read and enjoy. It’s been right at a year since the first chapter appeared and I’m more than a little sad to see it wrapping up. I’ve had a great time exploring Pitchfork County with all of you and can’t wait to get back for another story or ten.

But first . . .

It’s hard for me to express just how much your support and kind words have meant throughout the writing process. My part, the drafting of Half-Made Girls, ended months ago. Since then, I’ve been searching for just the right editor (which I’m pretty sure I’ve now found), doing rewrites, and getting ready for the next phase for Half-Made Girls.

This part, The Grind, has been made a lot easier to stomach because of all my kick-ass readers. Your comments and reviews and +votes have reminded me on a daily basis that you’re out there, reading and enjoying the work.

I hope that continues as I move on to finishing up HMG and getting my next project underway. I’d like you to join me for that ride and keep me company as I start grinding out more words for you to enjoy. With that in mind, it’d be great if you signed up for my newsletter. Starting next week, you’ll get free stories (some in Pitchfork, some elsewhere in the Wittiverse), info about what I’m up to, and links to cool stuff I’ve found out there on the interwebs.

I also wanted to let you know that the Age of Free is coming to an end for Half-Made Girls. If you need to catch up, now’s the time to do it. As of April 1, only the first few chapters of HMG will be free and the rest will require some of that filthy money to read.

Unless you help out with one last big push. If Half-Made Girls finishes at the #1 spot for overall votes, I’ll leave it free to read for all of April. Tell a few friends, introduce them to something you think is cool, and everyone benefits.

Thanks again for all your support, and I hope you enjoy the final chapter of Half-Made Girls. It’s been a a hell of a ride this year, and I couldn’t have done it without all my readers.

About Sam

I am the author of the popular Pitchfork County series of horror novels. I also write a newsletter with great reading suggestions and free fiction.