Progress updates

Main book is at the editor and the cover is in progress. I feel good about this project so far. 

Over the weekend and through today, I got almost all of the setup work done for my winter series. I've got another 2 covers in the works for The Bite Cleaner and I downloaded a potential cover for 70 Shades of Rage. Sometime soon, I need to get cracking on the other project cover. 

Primary writing for these project will start after X-mas. I need to think about deployment sites. Some alternatives to Wattpad have appeared and I may want to host on there. 

I'll have more details about this next week as I consider and consolidate my options.

Talk about it Tuesdays is done for the year, I think. I'll be picking it up again next year with Chessmasters #1-3 and S.Y.P.H.E.N, which I will start reading this week. 

Busy times for me!

100 words

This past weekend, I wrote around 100 words over three projects.

Most people would call this a piss-poor word output, but hear me out.

They were the most important words for the upcoming projects

I didn't have a lot of time for writing this weekend, because of shopping trips, soccer games, and food tours, so I made the most of my time and focused on creating character arcs for the Super Prepared book. Those 100 words will give me the ability to generate 3000 words a hour for the book. 

I've always considered outlining to be as important as editing the manuscript. For someone like me, with a bad memory and all, being able to consult an effective guide while writing a chapter over the course of days is beyond helpful.

With that in mind, I've got two books I need to further outline this Friday, and then I'll decide which book I'll write for NaNoWoMo whatever. 

So, friendly tip, budding writers- outline first, write second. 5 minutes of planning will save you an hour of asspulling.