The Class was my very first project. It is a webcomic with the beautiful artwork of Jessi Jordan. Jessi now works on Musings by Matt Gordon and you can see it HERE.
Click the Image to read The Class from the beginning, and see below for a letter about the future of this project:
In the past year we’ve received emails, comments and tweets from you asking whatever happened to The Class. WELL, I’m here to answer some questions.
Last year, my life effectively fell apart. If you read my blog or follow me on twitter, you might know a little bit about this. I went through a terrible break up and stopped caring weather or not The Class was updated. I stopped emailing the Artist, Jessi Jordan, and basically gave up. At the start of this year, I finally was ready to work on something new and leave all the old behind in an attempt to move on. This included The Class. I began work on a new comic, which would then become a completely different beast, my first novel.
In February of this year, I was diagnosed with Cancer. For fear of the unknown, I started putting everything I had into the novel and did not look back. In June I was deemed Cancer-free and with a full contract for the book, I set to finishing it.
Now, A Love Story for Witches is done and available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions. If you loved The Class, I sincerely hope you check out the book as I think you will like it as well. It is the culmination of everything I have learned so far.
Jessi Jordan has moved on to a fantastic Comic called Musings, by Matt Gordon. You can check it out at:
That leaves one more BIG question. What about The Class? I’ll be honest, I wanted to give up on it and never return. As fans, you have been amazing and this is not in any way a reflection of the creative process of this book, but for a long time I saw it as connected with my life before it fell apart and I didn’t want to have anything to do with it.
Now, things have changed. I have been given a rare opportunity by the publisher of A Love Story for Witches to rewrite and re-imagine The Class as a novel. My hope is that all three arcs will be within the book and that it will be available sometime in the next year. While I can’t promise a release date, I can promise this:
One way or another, The Class will have an ending and you, the most amazing fans we could ever hope to ask for, will get to see that ending. For updates, please follow our Twitters and blogs and future projects. Until then, thank you for being amazing.