As you may recall, I decided to turn my 86,000+ word fantasy novel-in-progress, Wings of Malice, into a series instead. Why? Because I thought I should give myself more work for some reason. Honestly, I think this is the best thing for my novel. While I prefer standalone novels, I think a fantasy works better … Continue reading Wings of Malice – update
As you know, I recently began a new venture: to read through all my unread classics in alphabetical order. First on the list is Peter S. Beagle's The Last Unicorn. This review contains spoilers. What can I say about this book? Well, I wasn't exactly intending to do reviews for all the books I am … Continue reading B is for Beagle
So, this year I'm going to be more productive. I'm going to make sure of it. Right after I finish house sitting. Right after I finish playing The Witcher 3 Right after etc, etc, etc... It's one of my New Year's resolutions. Along with: * Supporting more indie writers * Supporting more local businesses * … Continue reading New year, new resolve
Firstly, Sorry I didn't post last week. It got a bit hectic there with family events, hosting some family, and cat-sitting/house-sitting for my holidaying family. I'm still cat-sitting at the moment, but I've finally been able to rest in the one spot for a while and not have to travel back and forth between houses … Continue reading Happy Xmas and New Year!
I started writing up a post about Victorian historical fiction and my experiences writing Eleanor, but after receiving a new bookcase, I got a wee bit distracted filling it up. That, in turn, distracted me further for I began thinking about all the books I've still to read. You know the feeling... it's quite depressing, … Continue reading Once again, distracted – by books!
As you know, I've been feeling pretty down since National Novel Writing Month ended, but recently I started placing all my energy and focus into my fantasy series, Wings of Malice. It's been a wonderful distraction from Saga of the Sinner, which is quite a demanding project. That's not to say that Wings of Malice … Continue reading Productive procrastination
So, I finished National Novel Writing Month last week, and claimed my win for Saga of the Sinner. I hit my goal of 60,000 words, but was too worn out to keep up the daily goals until the 30th. To be completely honest, I've been severely depressed these last couple of weeks and despite having crossed … Continue reading NaNo’s over. Now what?