First and foremost I want to thank each one of you for continuing to visit
"All Or Nothing" through all the ups and downs that the series has seen over the last ten
years. As I have always said writing the series is a hobby that I love doing, just not as
often sometimes as I would like.

In the summer of 2001 I turned 17 years old and was about to become a junior in high
school. I loved to write and I loved a little TV show called "Dallas." It was my combined
love for both that led me to finding the now defunct "Return to Southfork" and what we
now all know as the EpiGuide. This was in June 2001 and by the time I returned to high
school "AON" was born.

I often look back at my life at that time - dealing with family troubles, battling high school
drama and wrestling with myself over the truth of who I thought i was at the time and
now know that I am. "AON" came to me when I needed an outlet the most. It came to me
when I needed a world that allowed me an escape. The characters of the series
provided me with that world that I have said before is like no other.

People come and people go, as did AON in 2006 after five years of being produced. I no
longer needed the world of River's Edge. However, "AON" and River's Edge were not
finished with me. In 2009, the series relaunched to a very sporadic posting schedule.
This series and the characters who make it come to life are never far from my heart or
my mind.

This venue has given me so much more than I ever thought possible. It has been
through this genre that I met one of my very best friends who I love and adore. It's taught
me things about myself and comforted me in ways no one will ever know. Thank you for
joining me on this journey and ask you to step with me to the edge...and leap.
November 2001
About the Series Creator & Writer of All Or Nothing
The Weekly Edge
    The Weekly Edge - The Weekly Edge has several recurring features. One of the most
    prominent features is the "Feature Story" which gives readers an inside preview and
    look at a current storyline that is often times featured in the current episode.

    The other feature in The Weekly Edge is the "Character: Comings & Goings" which
    provides a snapshot view of which characters will be coming or going in the series as
    well as who will be representing the said characters.

    The Weekly Edge also contains special features from time to time, most recently the
    newest feature "Message Boards" and "Plot Previews" were added.

    The Weekly Edge is updated regularly with every new posting of an episode.
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    AON Forum - Hosted by the EpiGuide the AON Forum is always open for discussion on your favorite stories or
    characters, episode updates, polls and much more!

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    comings & goings and commentary during the writing of the latest episode.

    The Official Blog of Jodi Bradshaw - Jodi Bradshaw's first novel was unveiled during the 2012 Winterhaven Festival and
    is scheduled for release on January 8, 2013. Make sure to check out her official blog for tour dates, news and upcoming

    Frequent Asked Questions - If you have questions about the series, characters or storylines then visit the FAQ page for
    more information. Plus find out never before mentioned AON Facts.
Special Features - A Look at the History & More
    Top 12 Moments in 2012, Part II - AON's Series Creator and Head Writer Josh Hawkins counts down the Top 12
    Moments in 2012. In this special section Moment #6 - Moment #1.

    Top 12 Moments in 2012, Part I - AON's Series Creator and Head Writer Josh Hawkins counts down the Top 12
    Moments in 2012. In this special section Moment #12 - Moment #7.

    AON: Burning Questions: Answered - AON's Series Creator and Head Writer Josh Hawkins answers some of the most
    burning questions in this brand new special feature.

    Summer 2012: Hotter Than Ever Previews - Summer is firmly upon us and the stories on All Or Nothing are getting
    hotter and hotter. As we race towards our 150th episode take a sneak peek at what is coming!

    Empire State of Mind: An "AON" Mini-Series Event - In February 2012 the webseries embarked on its first Mini-Series
    event structured around the King Fashion fashion show in New York City. Key storylines included: The Introduction of
    Warren Spencer, Nicholas and Natasha's Wedding, Audrey's Fiftieth Fashion Show Gala and the Downfall of Patricia

    The Lives We Live & All Or Nothing Crossover - A look back on the first ever crossover that AON participated in was in
    late 2001 with the now canceled "The Lives We Live" and how it forever changed the landscape of River's Edge.

    The Many Looks of All Or Nothing - Over the course of eleven years online AON has had several looks that have helped
    define its place in the webseries community. Take a look at the many logos from the AON past!

April 2012