I'm still a bit skeptical that people would want to read summaries, but there is no way I can turn all of them into novels in a natural lifespan, and at least two people have told me that there are indeed people out there that would read them. In other news, I've been doodling less and I pretty much gave up on writing Metamorphosis (episode 4). I hated the way it was coming out. I did draw a few pictures of things from The Nathaniel Series, such as the monster and spacecraft below.
The spaceship below has a spin drive. I originally visualized these ships as spinning on an axis that also spun on an axis...etc...with every axis running through the center so that the occupants could remain comfortable. The spin would cause it to interact with spacetime in such a way that it could propel itself in a particular direction faster than light. When I drew the picture, I started to think of a ship with rotating nested loops on one end. The innermost loop (microscopic) would have infinite inertia so that it spins the rest of the ship around it. Every loop would spin the loops around it and the outermost loop is the ship. In this model, the greatest centrifugal force would be at the pointed tip. I hate it.