A million gnarlyversal greetings to all those coming to read this post, returning visitors and newcomers alike are always welcome. I'm here to talk to you about the potential realities of where this brand is going and if it or this site will be around for much longer.
I created the brand that would one day be Spacey Cave Co. around 6 years ago with every intention to self-publish my content on social media and on my own website. I have also been heavily invested in many projects I set out to complete long before Spacey Cave Co. came to be only to eventually get so burned out trying to make something of them that I dropped those projects. My mind now is not the same optimistic playful perception it was in the earlier days of writing and/or illustrating those stories as the older me would find not only is there nothing new under the sun, there are people who did what I had done so well, mine would only come off as a terrible parody in comparison.
I had several characters from several dead stories who needed a place to go and the spark I once had for serious sci-fi projects was decaying as it felt like ground already covered by people who knew better of what the hell they were talking about than I did. It was hard for me to take my work seriously anymore, so I did the only thing I could think to do and throw all those various things into a last-ditch effort that wasn't so serious, and thus the The GuT Circus series was born.
Here we are, two seasons are complete and I although I may continue doing this series as I have the plot for the third season written, some things are not exactly going to plan. When I had been writing Specimen T, there wasn't a conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and because of the sensitive issue it has become with the involvement of our country, I have to postpone that series indefinitely. That brings me to the next issue, which is that the cost of living has went up exponentially here and we've been having to cut some costs to get by and there's a chance that closing this site may have to be among those cost-cutting options.
There's no definitive Yes as to whether the site will close down or not as of now, but if the economy gets too overbearing in costs any further than it is, I may have no choice but to pull the plug. That's why I'm asking for your support, readers. If you enjoy this site, you can keep it alive by giving us likes, spreading the word on social media and with your friends, donations would be amazing of you, help us grow, because we can't do it on our own without you. Thank you to those here reading this, you are already helping us by just doing that! Take care!
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