I've always wanted to do something like this, the afterwords of a fanfiction/fiction I wrote.
An Immortal's Tales of Demons and Gods is a perfect example of what I don't want to do while writing.
It's nowhere perfect, but neither is it the worst. Why did I say that above?
From ch.50 something to ch.120 something, there is basically no relation to the original story. I deviated badly. I never focused on the actual characters like Li Piao(Lu Piao? I later found out I messed up his name for like 100 ch T-T) or Du Ze.
Heck, even Ye Ziyun was basically never MENTIONED.
For me, the journey I went through the months of writing this novel was extraordinary. October,November,December.
I peaked somewhere around October/November where I was so excited to write.
I remember many occasions were I was weirded by my readers. Some complained about a vase, some about 'harem'. I can safely say I got rid of the latter discussions by ch.150...
Yes, the ending is extremely rushed.
I missed many details by simply shrugging everything, ignoring all the background I wrote. NEVER did the Abyssal Void Lord make an appearance.
If I were to be serious, I could've easily pushed the novel to ch.300, including the revelation of the Abyssal Void Lord, an epic battle with the Sage Emperor, experts from the Divine Realm, ascending there, battling... Exploring...
Yet I didn't do any of this.
You might all have looked forward, but I didn't. I get nothing from writing, writing while having a writer's block is not my ideal condition.
Especially when I earn nothing.
To be fair I find a rushed ending after 250k words much better than simply dropping it halfway or just ch.5 and disappearing from the world.
Thanks for all the support through these 3 months, I definitely did appreciate all of this. Hopefully you will be able to carry this support to my future works.