Post by June Scarlet on Aug 17, 2017 11:46:53 GMT -5
You could also try publishing it in a normal issue, and get it submitted before next year. Honestly, I always kind of worry when people say they're going to put off a project. Because often the outcome is that they never actually pick it up again. Things change a lot in a year. You could become busier and forget about the article all together. You could look at it again 11 months from now and decide your writing is too old. You could just lose interest in Neopets all together.
I realize I'm being pessimistic here, but I've seen all those things happen to people, and I don't know you well enough to know if you're the type to fall into those same traps or not.
Personally, I think it would be better to get this published an issue or two late than to wait a year. If you feel uncomfortable about it, just throw in something in your article like, "I had tons of fun at the Usukicon last weekend, and I wanted to jot down my thoughts for you guys so that you can be ready for the fun next year!" or something like that.
In the end, you know yourself best, and what kind of writer you are, mollyscribbles. If you think waiting a year would be best, then do that. I just want to make sure you're thinking of all the possibilities first.