This is a brief post. Today marks the sixth anniversary of the day I first sat down at the computer and began writing a novel.
Prep school junior Kat Preston accidentally time travels to 1886 Connecticut, where she must share a body with a rebellious Victorian lady, prevent a gruesome wedding night murder, disprove a deadly family curse, and find a way back to her own time.
Not my normal posting day, I know, but I wanted to get in an early April update. March is thankfully behind me. If everything had gone to January’s plan, it would’ve been hectic enough with the move. But Life apparently decided that would be too simple. Continue reading
February was a mixed month for me. On one hand, I made continued progress on the manuscript. On the other, life is still in the waiting game. And to borrow a third hand, the move to the new house draws even closer.
We’ve had some sad news in my husband’s family. While not unexpected, we’re in “waiting mode” to make a trip back to the Midwest. With everything else going on right now, I just can’t juggle blogging visits, too. I could be back to visiting your blogs next week, or it might be in a few. But I will be back. I just wanted to let you know why I’m away.
Just a brief post today to share the good news. The novel writing is coming back to me. January’s word count was 7,208. Peanuts for some folks, I know, but a flood for me since 2013. I wrote on 21 days of 31, also unfamiliar territory these last two years. Continue reading
I hope 2015 is off to a good start for everyone.
My November PerNoReMo went well. I ended up with a good idea of what that manuscript needed. And December saw the initial scribblings for some new scenes and the fleshing out of some existing ones. I’m still at a loss, however, as to what to post on the blog these days.
Because there’s a simple fact I’ve struggled with for nearly two years. Continue reading