Because the genre is fairly niche and reading Worm is an enormous time investment. If you really wanted it, I might suggest formulating some method of attracting readers to Worm or webserials in general. (Though, to be honest, only a few are very worth anyone's time.)
On that note, I'd suggest reading SuperPowereds. It's the campy counterpart to Worm that, despite relying overly on cliches, is actually a fabulously refreshing read after or before Worm. I like them both equally, for different reasons.>>77658207
I had an idea about Taylor's shard basically overwriting her mind when she goes catatonic in the locker. Taylor basically says 'fuck this, I'm out' and the Shard has to assume direct control in order to not die. Because it has the capacity to pilot humans, and doesn't really risk the 'danger' of killing the host (Taylor's dead, after all) it has to adjust and try to pose as her using her rough memories.
This very robotic and inhuman Taylor goes out and tries to do what Taylor would have done, find conflict in being a hero. She meets Uber & Leet on her first night out, and shenanigans ensue as they realize something's obviously wrong. I haven't plotted it in my head beyond that, but if I was ever going to write some fanfiction, that's what it would be.