Well, today has not exactly gone the way I’d hoped and this is due in part to having a toothache when I woke up this morning. With so much to do I’ve been taking painkillers which have helped ease the pain. Unfortunately, when it has eased off I’ve been left exhausted and fighting the urge to nap. Luckily my demanding characters have been vocal enough to keep me awake, so I’ve managed to get some writing done. If the words keep flowing I will be able to share some pre edit snippets from both the books I am working on soon. I just need this toothache to go so I can focus better.
If while you are waiting you are interested in seeing what books I already have out, head over to my Amazon Author Page to see the delights on offer 🙂
Until next time,
As you can probably tell from the title, my muse has been keeping me busy and I love it. At the moment I’m working on the second Nocturnus novel and a secret project. Well, while they are going on she pops her head up and gives me a new one to work on. One thing is for sure – I’m learning how to multitask 🙂
The new one started from three words popping into my brain (curtesy of my muse), and from how it is going it is walking on the dark side of my mind. When it is more fleshed out I will tell you more about it.
Well, that’s all for now. If you want to find out about my other books, then head over to my Amazon Author Page where you will find them listed.
Until next time,
I’ve just started the first round of edits on the second Nocturnus novel and the title of this post sums up how I feel about it. I know editing is a necessary evil and has to be done so that as a writer I can put out the best book possible, but that doesn’t mean I have to love it. Saying that, I have found the more I do, the less it feels like a chore and more like a task with a lesson at the end.
Like most things in life it is a learning curve and while I might not know it at the time, I’m filing away information my brain can access when required and that in turn helps to make me a better writer. So bring on the coffee, give me some chocolate, and let the editing (and learning) continue 🙂