Yep, that's all I'm leaving you with. It's been a blast and an honour to write for all of you. You've all forced me to improve over the fifty weeks I've been doing this; UG's first weekly fiction column. I've had people telling me I was writing it wrong from the beginning, I've had to face a deadline change purely because the management wanted another writer in my spot and god knows how much people have told me that I can't write for shit, but it hasn't stopped me, and here we are for it. Thanks for sticking with it. I want everybody to leave a rating and a comment just this one time for me, because this is it. There will be no follow up from Disbelief. Should it be published, it will be available for purchase. If not, then you might see it again, but it will be at a price. I've put too much of my life into it. In the meantime you can follow any of my other works that are currently available on UG. Life and Times; the UG story comes out every other Thursday. That one's a little different. Or you could check my blogs, where I'm posting updates for Battleships (yesterday's apocalypse) and An Aspiring Love (love for all the wrong reasons is still love). I'm planning to be back with some non-fiction in a couple of weeks. Practical Composition it will be called, and it will be an examination of making music rather than the usual factual lessons. Once that's done, which will be after Christmas some time, I'll be starting another, somewhat shorter, fiction series called Lute'. It's more comfortably in my own genre. Please do rate and comment on this, the final piece of Disbelief on UG, as though it was the entire thing. What were your favourite bits? What were your least favourite bits? What characters did you hate and what situations didn't you believe? What do you think is really going on with Ed? What do you think is really going on with Cooper? Does Paul get the girl? Should Jace get laid? You can help me by letting me know what's on your mind. This last piece was non-canon, which means that it will not be appearing in the novel. This bit's just for you. Thank you, as ever, for reading. All work copyright Tom Colohue. All rights reserved.