It’s been a while since I’ve done an update post. Most of that is because I’ve been splitting my time between writing and playing God of War (with the writing coming first, you understand, playtime is only for later). A portion of my absence is also due to a cold and my daughter’s birthday. She’s… Continue reading So Many Updates…
Here we are, at the end of April. I’ve been mostly keeping above my daily goals since the halfway mark, which is amazing given that I’m writing at night after wrangling a sick daughter (who, naturally, lovingly spread it around). But I made it. Overshot 20k on the 29th to be exact. I’m currently perched… Continue reading And I completed #campnanowrimo!
So we’re halfway through April. Last time I participated in a Camp Nanowrimo, I struggled a bit to meet my goals, which weren’t as large as my current 20k, but I was also writing near the end of the story. I’m on chapter five at the moment (Tavern brawl!) and it’s still only been two… Continue reading #campnanowrimo The Halfway Point
Part of the reason I don’t actually put a series number on the Spellster Series is due to the novels, the main ones at least, being stand alones. People should be able to read them in any order they choose, even if that order is likely to be the publication one. But sorting out the… Continue reading Not-so-linear…
In 2016, I participated in both of the Camp National Novel Writing Months as well as the main Nanowrimo to help me plough through the remainder of In Pain and Blood. I took last year off to focus on editing as well as writing An Unexpected Gift and Dark One’s Bride (the latter of which then got… Continue reading #campnanowrimo Begin!
Back before I was really even finished with In Pain and Blood, I kept getting pieces of story that happened after the main novel, but which also didn’t fit into the novel. I still get odd bits here and there, but nothing pulls as strongly as An Unexpected Gift did. An Unexpected Gift is 21k extra to In Pain and… Continue reading An Unexpected Gift is live!
So, because An Unexpected Gift comes out this weekend. I’m going to hop over to that for this week’s Weekend Writing Warriors, Snippet Sunday and Rainbow Snippets before going back to my WiP.
This piece actually carries on from the last time I shared a snippet: Tracker has tied a not-the-least-bit-bothered Dylan to the bed and teasing him with decisions of what he might do, the last of which he said was “But which to choose?” (Punctuation a little wonky to fit)