Gonna call it early this year gang. Too many days of no-writing and I am way behind in my count. Add to that four days of vacation with the family around Thanksgiving means I am hopelessly behind schedule. But I managed 11,000 words that are not going to waste. I am, however, going back to…
So, I’m bouncing from computer to computer these days, depending on location and whatnot.
I’m nearly done with my world map. When it’s done, I’ll through it up for comments.
Because I have the attention span of a gnat, I need to work on other parts of the book to keep me occupied.
For my fellow authors keeping tabs on me, I’m putting the word count over on right-hand side of the blog, along with the percentage to 70,000 and the number of chapters I’m through.
Amazon has just announced a “singles” section. That is a place for lower-priced, shorter works. At first glance, it seems like a nod to our shorter-attention-span world, but they make an excellent point.
So, I’ve got OneNote installed on the home laptop and a plan to get this book done!
OK, so I’ve written up a nice two page outline, redoing the story for Embarkation and I’m feeling much, MUCH better about it. Bit of a wake-up call for me and I’m OK with it.
I’ve had a fair number of positive comments on the sample chapter of Crystal Tech. That said, I think I’m starting over. I’ve hit a few obsticals that are just getting me hung up and I can’t move past. I’ll enumerate them as a warning for other authors
Check out the AUDIO VERSION of Chapter One of Embarkation. That’s right boys and girls, a first pass at an audio version of the book.