While it’s entirely likely that no one but me cares about this stuff, this past week marked the one year anniversary of me finishing and posting Fifty Pound Draw. Since then, this stupid story’s gotten pretty massive, and, seeing as we’re just about two-thirds of the way through, I thought it might be neat to do a little overview of how everything in the series fits together and what you can expect.
Overall, Line of Sight is (or will be) structured in four central stories with short bridge stories in between, along with “Anchor Point”, which spans the entire six years during which the series takes place. Each of the stories, including “Anchor Point”, can stand more or less on its own, if you’re okay with a little bit of ambiguity, and you don’t have to read them in any particular order. The order they’re in on AO3 is more or less chronological and is how I recommend reading them (i.e. reading “Anchor Point” last).
But! For those who might be interested in this stuff - and because I just really like talking about it - here’s a breakdown of the series chronologically and a look at what’s still to come.