So far, I haven't gotten much in the way of complaints about abandoning (temporarily?) the Geek Guns project. I found having a weekly deadline really restricted me creatively, and since I wanted to start doing another book, I needed to clear some space for that.
At the same time, I also wanted to clear out some of the drafts I'd left lingering around the place, and so I've put a new (and somewhat long) piece at the other site about the role of fear in making brave characters.
Having written that article, I was inspired to do another, and I foresee at least one more musing on the elements of good writing and compelling storytelling.
Of course, I'm not exactly a smashing success myself (although I am technically a best-selling author, if only for a day), but most of my negative reviews deal with poor editing, not the actual content. Alas, I fear that as grammar and spelling continue to be condemned by the educational establishment, things will only get worse in those respects.
I think a good story can overcome those defects - even if it takes multiple post-publication revisions.
To put it another way, the craptastic character development of Anakin Skywalker wasn't the result of a typo.