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::Thursday, January 01, 2004::

Thought I’d tell everyone to have a good year, and let you know that we won’t be around for it.

Yep, that’s right. It’s time for Starfire’s Redwall Abbey to shut its virtual doors. I had been planning to do some major redesigning and updating over Christmas break, but I didn’t. All the explanations I could give you come to this: I’ve realized that it’s not an issue of whether I have the time to continue working on this site, but whether I have the desire. And I don’t have the desire to continue; the reasons why are unimportant.

This site will have been running for five years on March 13, 2004, and that’s the date that it will officially go off the Internet. That should give visitors enough time to finish up any current role-playing or discussion threads, find someplace new to chat, and contact me with questions about the use of anything you want to scavenge off the site. I’ll be removing the files for the site around that date, so please act now if there’s something of yours that exists only on the site that you’d like to save.

Running this site has been a great experience, and even with all the not-so-great times I wouldn’t change a thing. Thanks to everybody who’s stuck by and made Starfire's Redwall Abbey what it was.

I hope your memories of this place are as good as mine.

--Starfire | [6:14 PM] | link

::Saturday, September 06, 2003::

Publisher's Weekly has an article up about book ad campaigns that includes a Very Bright thumbnail of Loamhedge and some info about the market campaign used to advertise the book. Pretty cool.
--Starfire | [11:14 PM] | link

::Friday, August 29, 2003::

Hey-ho Redwall fans,
I thought I should post a quick note and mention that no, this site is not dead and no, I've not fallen off the face of the earth. Over the past month and a half I've been faced with the monsterous task of cleaning up horridly disorganized room so that I could pack for college, packing for college, moving to college, etc... I got moved in last Saturday, but some of my fellow freshmen forgot to ditch the viruses on their computers, so I've been without internet access for most of the week (they closed my dorm and the other freshmen dorm down so the upperclassmen could use the computers to register). Annnnnyway, I have all the files for this site on my laptop, which is with me, and I'm all settled in now, so I'll be updating sometime soon. And it will be a very large update, maybe even the Update That Ate Salamandastron or something...

For those of you who want something to read, check out an article about a 12-year-old Redwall-reading genius who's just started attending medical school (thanks to the folks who sent me the link!).
--Starfire | [2:50 PM] | link

::Friday, July 18, 2003::

Two new stories up in Campfire Tales in the Library, Feelings and Get Off My Back, both courtesy of Willow.

I linked the Interactive Fiction thingy off the main library page, at long last. You can use that to put up your stories or send them to the library address.

'Member that 'A Redwall Journal' book that I (think I) mentioned a few posts back? now has a cover for it up on their page.
--Starfire | [10:11 PM] | link

::Sunday, July 13, 2003::

Heylo, everyone's favorite Lazy Lagomorph here. I'm terribly sorry for the lack of updates, really I am, but I never have time in the summer for some odd reason and every time I've sat down to update I've ended up being called away to work on something else. Very tragic. Anyhow, some loveable bootlegger on e-bay finally posted an ARC of Loamhedge, with picture. It's not a close-up and we seem to have gone from circles declaring books ARC to bands across the front that block the view of the characters, but nonetheless, click here for the image...

Also, you'll have much better luck e-mailing me if you send an e-mail to admin (for general messages) or library (for library submissions) You can also post your stories at the interactive fiction thingy, which I promise will be linked from the Library next update. Reaaaally.
--Starfire | [5:32 PM] | link

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Welcome to Starfire's Redwall Abbey, a website devoted to Brian Jacques and his Redwall series! We've been chugging merrily along since March 13, 1999, bringing visitors the latest news on Brian Jacques and his books as well as plethora of fan-created Redwall work. We've got fanfiction (poems, short stories, novellas, even a novel or two!), artwork, recipes, some completely random stuff... we've got active discussion forums and an RPG, both of which recently moved from a free-hosted company (EZBoard, or, as I've termed it, EvilzBoard) to the same server that the site is on, so it's fast, reliable, and completely free of pop-up ads. Take a look around the site and feel free to contribute your own work -- Starfire's Redwall Abbey isn't a club, so you don't have to be a member to send things.
It's best if you browse Starfire's Redwall Abbey using the latest version of Internet Explorer and an 800x600 resolution; those of you with a browser that supports JavaScript will be able to see, on the upper-left side of every page under 'Starfire's Redwall Abbey,' a javascript (affectionately dubbed 'George') that is updated whenever something big happens in the Redwall world or on the site, so you don't have to worry about missing anything news-wise when you're off browsing hither and yon. So, stop reading this and explore! Should you get lost somewhere in the greenish-beige depths of the site (a frequent occurance, or so I'm told), or if you just feel a sudden strange, overwhelming desire to return to this page, there's a minauture version of our logo at the bottom of the navigation links (left side of the page) throughout the site. Click it and you'll be brought back here...


For interested parties, since I took the public hit trackers down in favor of a server-provided one:
-As of December 2002, this site gets an average of about 450 individual visitors per day (current maximum: 880).
-We're proud to serve Redwall fans in: Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Egypt, the Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, the Ivory Coast, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Singapore, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinadad and Tobago, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Wales.

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