Remember, remember the fifth of November 😛 I miss living in England so much, even though I’m so happy to be home. My third niece was born on Monday — Mackenzie Margaret, born 2:43 PM, 8 lb 12 oz. Her poor mama 😛 Haha. I love being an aunt. You get to enjoy all the fun stuff and get enough of a taste of parenthood while baby sitting to know that, dude, not in your lifetime.
First things first, The Best Thing Chapter Nine was added today. I have Chapter 10 done, I just didn’t send it to Cora yet because I wanted to send Chapter 11 with it, and I still have two scenes left. I haven’t had a moment to really sit down and do those two–I’ve been sick and it took me a while to really bounce back from October, which I spent mostly hacking up my lungs. My plan is to finish drying my hair, finish my laundry and then sit in Barnes and Noble for as long as it takes to do the rest of Chapter 11 and today’s NaNoWriMo entry.
Which brings me to my next point. National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) started on Saturday. I’m going to do it this year, mostly because I usually had a shitty excuse before (busy with school, etc) but I got nothing going on this time. The objective is to write 50,000 words in a month, I’m at just under 6000, which is about where you want to be. I’m actually doing a version of Tangle, haha, taking the disapearance of a mother as my starting point. I tell this to you because the more you tell people, the more likely you are to finish it. So…be prepared for this site to be like my writing blog, haha.
Third, Damaged. I’m working on a format change that will allow me to update it more often and more easily. I’m just in the beginning stages, but will have more for you on that.
Next, my ebook project. It slowled down a bit while I hacked up my lung and I have to reset the release dates, but I’ll get them done eventually.
And lastly, the Fiction Graveyard stories are coming soon. I’m putting them together, and going to post them one at a time so it’ll be regular updates. So…that’s where we are.