I got bored this past long weekend. I’d finished editing and re-editing Books One and Two, so I thought, well, why not? and began Book Three. So far, in 1300 words, I’ve said not much of anything. This book is going to need a serious edit when I get that far.
I’ve also joined Camp NaNoWriMo for July. I’m hoping to have at least 35,000 words done by the end of the month. It’s not a mad panic rush for it, given that Book One hasn’t been published yet, but I can work on it slowly. I’m looking at getting it half-finished by the end of the month, give or take a chapter.
I don’t have a complete story line set out yet, but I’m working on it. That’s the beauty of writing and editing. I can write what I like, delete it later if necessary, and write some more. Writing Book Three also gives me the opportunity to explore the worlds a bit more without fear of a deadline. The only ones I have are self-imposed, and those are word-count deadlines, not publication deadlines.
Speaking of which, I really should get my picture taken. Maybe today I’ll manage that?