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Baby steps, sir. Baby steps.

I was afraid this would happen. I’ve spent too long in edit/publish mode, and now that I’m trying to use July (and Camp NaNoWriMo) to jumpstart the alpha draft of The Dragon, my fingers are stalling. Writing really is a habit that you can’t let yourself get out of. Big duh, right? I’ve heard variations … Continue reading

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Countdown: Momentum

Formatting of The Thief is over! (If you missed it, the prologue and chapter 1 are posted for early viewing!) I’ve been playing around with possible ways to begin The Dragon, book 2 of the Archetype series. It’s been fun, but I’m now starting to think that I’m putting too much focus on it at … Continue reading

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The Countdown: Formatting

T-minus 24 days. Dude. Final edits are over. WHAT? Yup. That’s a real thing. I start on formatting tonight, getting The Thief all shiny and presentable for every e-book format out there. If you missed it, the prologue is posted over at archetypeseries.com. (!) Chapter 1 will post on Monday, with 2 and 3 coming … Continue reading

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Final edits

Holy crap. I can use those words. Final edits. I am in them. It’s the delta draft! I’ve gotten back good notes from a few people, enough that I feel confident to move forward with the last few bolts to tighten, the last few sheets to iron, commas to comma, and participles to dangle. That’s … Continue reading

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Plotwerks continued

I’m not going to lie, I think book two is going to be pretty awesome. I’m pushing forward with plot notes for book 2 (DRAGON), while I wait for my gamma readers to get back to me with notes for final edits on THIEF. I’m not being very patient about those, actually. >_< I haven’t … Continue reading

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Plotwerks

This week has been pretty calm. Well, writing wise. I’ve been relaxing with my shadow priest (she’s 90 now and fishing away), watching movies and tv, and starting back at yoga. (Boy is my neck glad.) Even though I intended to be totally non-writer this week, I can’t say I’m disappointed that I’ve been hit … Continue reading