I am a quarter way through my final round of edits. And this time, I mean final! Eleanor has come such a long way in only 6 months. From a small seedling, an idea of a female surgeon in 19thC London (originally titled, A Victorian Surgeon), to novella (after reaching 50,000 words during National Novel Writing … Continue reading Eleanor update – end in sight
Eleanor is now in the hands of its first reader, and I must say, I am beyond scared has just gone through its first reader, and I am both excited and anxious to go over their notes! (Now entering deciphering mode) I now have a lot of ideas on how to change up the story a … Continue reading Eleanor update – alphas, betas, publishers
BREAKING NEWS: I just absolutely hate USB sticks! Well, this particular one that I had been relying on so heavily. It decided it would corrupt itself, or allow itself to be corrupted or, much like The Marquis de Sade's Justine, its virtuous nature was corrupted by external forces. I lost roughly 80% of my files, … Continue reading Drastic changes to Eleanor, beta readers, and bastard USB sticks!
Born of hallowed love. Tainted and fated by prophecy; a higher purpose she wished to be unburdened by. Cursed blood. The key to salvation, in death only. Cursed with age. The envy of her immortal brethren. Unwilling to continue a sacrifice, to fight to die for another's cause and never her own. She leads her … Continue reading Born of hallowed love – a work in progress