UPDATE #17 (6/28/18): MORE TIMELINE CONTENT AND A LITTLE HOUSEKEEPING!

What’s up, readers!

This is just a brief update to let you know two awesome things:

First, a ton more info has been added to the “Sony Godzilla Timeline” over in the Timeline section!  The page now includes content from the first four episodes of Godzilla: The Series, including the two part pilot! Ever wondered how many PH.D’s Craven has, or wanted a complete catalogue of all the times poor N.I.G.E.L. bit the dust?  Pretty soon, you’ll find all that and more right here, in the Sony Timeline!

And if you think four episodes isn’t a ton of added content, just click the link above and prepare to be surprised!

The second update has to do with a little housekeeping I’ve been doing on the site!  Over the last few days, I’ve been working on small improvements, including better navigation and correcting a few spelling faux pas I stumbled across.  The best news is that you’ll now be able to return to each novel’s Table of Contents/Synopsis page after completing a chapter for a given novel, instead of having to scroll all the way back up to the menu to leave the page.  It’s a simple change, but hopefully it’ll make a big difference, and I’m honestly surprised it took me as long as it did to realize that such a necessary aspect of page navigation was missing.  However, the issue is now a thing of the past, and I hope you’ll forgive a first-time web designer for the oversight!

That said, if you have any other ideas for site improvement, or spot anything that doesn’t work quite right, be sure to let me know in the comments of this update, or on the Contact page.  Also, if you so desire, let me know if you’re enjoying the changes made, or if you’re already nostalgic for all that scrolling.

A more substantial update on further chapters (and the announcement of the NEXT Godzilla novelization I’ll be starting!) should (hopefully) be coming soon.  Until then, stay tuned and continue sharing the project with like-minded friends!  I’ve been humbled and ecstatic at how rapidly my readership has grown since launching the project, and I can’t begin to thank you all enough for your support.  It truly means the world to me.

Thank you all, and check back soon!  Exciting things are coming!

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