Monday, 7 October 2013

Just a little update

I know you probably don’t care, as I’m not anyone yet, but I thought I’d give you a little update into what my next month will look like.

First up, I have to write 2 blog stories.

1.      Being that For You #3 : Halloween
This one is, of course a story for that day, which means it will get posted on the day, so it has to be done. Good thing is that it doesn’t really have to be all that long. I’m heading at 6k on the outside, but want it to be shorter.
·         I also really want to write out the last one with this one so it’s all set (but I’m not that rushed)

2.      That’s Different… #2 : Spanking Bench
This short story will have three 1k chapters’ type things, that’s what’s been plotted, and honestly I don’t think I can skim over this in one posting.

I also want to buy a eBook program for my computer, I’m told there’s one out there, so that I can get all these edited and have them up for free in all types of ebooks, though that probably won’t happen until next year
It’s the reason I want Being that for You finished as soon as possible so that it can come out with the last chapter.

I’m hoping to get back my short story My Kevin sometimes this week so that I can fix up the problems my beta has found and start looking for a publishing company to submit it too.
Anyone got any ideas. It’s a contemporary romance that’s the POV talking about his history. My beta said it’s good, that it works.

My big working projects this month are:

1.      Hunting a Traitor (Assassin Union #1)
I have renewed interest in this series because I wrote a short story about the characters. Though it was placed after book 2 I still haven’t finished this one.
I’d like to submit this to Total-e-bound, before the end of the year, but I might hold off until I write book 2 as well, depending on what the publishers are looking at around Christmas time.

2.      Book A
I still haven’t named this one. it’s only going to be around 10k and it’s based on a undercover cop trying to come out of his long assignment, and ends up falling in love with a shrink. It’s a little instant love, being so little words, and the fact that they only just met, so we’ll see how that works out (I’m not a fan of writing this sort of stuff).

I started this one at the end of last week, and it’s still gripping me. It’s only little, about a week’s work, depending on how many hours I can spend writing it. But there’s a whole lot of research that will have to come after it (though I’m thinking of having my beta read it and see what she says)

I still have to talk to my sister, in debt, about Falling in Love with Forever, and I’d love to start this book, but it’s going to be in the 30-40k mark, so it’s probably going to take me a few months to get it all out. But I’m looking forward to start it. More so than anything I’ve writing since I first start.
This one holds a shit load of meaning, and I want to get it right.

It would also be nice to start—or continue writing The Rub of me Werewolf (Moonlit Wolves #6) since my sister said I should stop writing and wait at 7 books, and I’ve stopped at 5.
And seeing as I have all these books plotted already, they just need to be written I may as well putter along with them, that way they can go out when they need to. I’m just not going to spend all my time with them.

I want to be known. I want to be out there. and I feel the only way that will happen is if I can get as many books as I can up and running so that there’s a selection in a lot of different publishers, that way, if what you see of my first isn’t to your liking, maybe I’ll have something out that is.

Anyway, I think that’s all, thanks for this, I feel better with it off my chest, and a clear set line of what I’m about to do. Why I need to do them, and where I’m starting off this month.
I really hope my sickness at the moment doesn’t stuff it all up for me.
I guess we’ll see.

Till next time…

Oh, and one last thing, I updated my WIP page, have a look, tell us what you think, I’d appreciate the feedback. As well as your thoughts on the single stories you’d like to see more.

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