Another month has begun, and I haven’t finished my Novella yet! Eeek! Not far off finishing though, just need to get them through the next part and then it is the end. I have one beta reader / critiquer lined up already – if anyone else is interested in a 1920’s based Romance, please let me know.
And while it is October, planning is starting on my NaNoWriMo story. NaNoWriMo? National Novel Writing Month – it is the original 50k in 30 days challenge. It is the northern hemisphere version of SoCNoC, and it is what conceived the original concept of SoCNoC. So, I am writing another story, this time I have to crack the 50k word limit… Hmmm, could be interesting, as I haven’t been able to write 50k since 2011! But I like a challenge.
And the ideas are just coming thick and fast! I started writing a story year ago – I think it was not long after I originally finished the Chrystias story, about a Huntress. She was kidnapped while out hunting one night. While I liked the idea of her hunting, I wasn’t keen on the kidnapping thing, so another idea sprung up – which lead to another idea and another idea. And now she is a half breed, rejected because of her deformity, which is actually what makes her really cool. I would like to make this story a trilogy, so have to have plenty of action, but also finish the story with enough for a second one, but they are all stand alone.
Editing-wise I haven’t really got anything on the go, although I have Cursed Love going through the Critique group at the moment, and had some awesome feedback. I love getting feedback, positive and negative. Fortunately it has all been positive lately, which is great.
Its currently the school holidays, and I have this week to myself. I am hoping to make productive use of my time and finish Whose That Girl this week so I can get editing on that in December, because then I have a couple of months to fix any problems and get my beta readers / critiquers to actually get their comments back to me.
So I guess I should be writing, and not mucking around on my blog…