I would love to talk and talk, but there simply isn’t much I can say that will express how relieved I am to be done with, to me, the hardest part of this drive. (Applying myself to finish writing)
As of now, book one is DONE!
Done? You ask.
Yes done. As in, if I needed to throw it up on Amazon and start selling it tonight, I could. However, I’m not doing that.
There is some editing that needs to be done and that’s mainly to please me.
In case you are curious as to what’s next? It’s time to polish and nitpick for the next few weeks until my cover art is completed.
The day this book hits Amazon is the day the first draft of book 2 begins.
Latest from one of the futures greatest! (It sounds catchy, don’t judge, it’s more out of good fun)
So as of about 25 minutes ago I’ve successfully completed a pretty exciting outline to book number 2 in the Terran Myth series.
Yes, I’m sure those of you who have been following my spotty blog posts are probably like “ummmm didn’t you start writing book one like a year ago?”
Yes and I say to you in reply; “You come live my life and see how far you get! Ha-ha!”
Alright. I got that out of my system. Again good humor.
As far as book one goes, I should hopefully be wrapping that up here in the next few weeks (I multi-task; I plan when I cannot sit down in front of my laptop to type.) and that’s based on how much I’ve been able to devote to writing the past few weeks.
Well folks! Back to the good ole work place!
Unfortunately, if you are here looking for the answers at what separates you from every other writer then you might have made a wrong click.
Then again, you might have and if you stick around then possibly you may find out if we are in a similar boat.
You surf and surf throughout the lovely World Wide Web, often wondering if you can find the answers you seek. An against all popular belief, sometimes, not even Google has the answer.
It’s devastating for some of you… But don’t lose hope now, it gets better so just hang in there chaps!
The battle of what makes me unique?
I often wonder what it is that I can do differently when I’m writing and what is worse, I wonder what it is I’m being too generic on.
I have some very challenging things I’m trying deliver for readers and it is a battle between “what’s been done and what hasn’t been done” against “what’s been done and worked vs. what’s been done and hasn’t worked.”
It’s a curious thing to have to do when you take the time to step back and look at it.
However, regardless of what I do or don’t do, my ultimate goal is to deliver an exciting story.