If I am, then that's fine, too. *grinning*
I will be over the hump in my manuscript. I have the climactic finish in my cranium. Almost verbatim. And I'm ready to move on. What IS that?
I probably have 15,000 more words or so on my paranormal. But I am dying to start on my four-book set. This will call for some willpower. *groan*
Is anybody else like this? I love all my stories, but when I reach a certain spot in each of them, I want to start another. I've already started sketching in plot, characters, et cetera on the first book. But I haven't begun writing it yet. See? Willpower. ACK
I'm ready to put the paranormal to bed. I wrote 2500 words yesterday. The same or more scheduled today. So, in reality, I'll finish within my two-week timeline. But the voices in my head! I'll have to do my computer time, and then bring out the notebook and work on the set. Then there's the querying and such. Too bad I can't wave my hand over my manuscript, and the rest magically appear. By the way, tried it. Almost had carpal tunnel from trying one too many times. So I will persevere and tap out the ending to "The Portrait." It's the least I can do. :)~~
And then, *rubbing hands together*, I have the chance to play with some more lives. Man, I love my job.
1 year ago