NaNoWriMo is just around the corner.
I swore at the end of last NaNo that I would not do this again. Two years, and each time I decided I did not like it. I did not like the pace. I did not like the stress. I would not do it again. Two years was enough to determine that it wasn’t for me, right?
But now it’s nearly here. And I like the jump in the word count. I like watching the word count bar fill up.
This will be my first not-Poseidon related project.
Which reminds me that I still need to revise Poseidon: A Narrative and get that published.
So, the first book of my (desperately needs a new name)Marriage trio, A Marriage of Land and Sea, is finished. I mean, I have the final final going out the door to subscribers edits to finish for November and December, but otherwise, done. I know how the second book will start, but I’m not starting that next.
The title for the next subscription story is The Midnight Circle! I can say that it involves a woman inheriting a yarn shop from an aunt she never knew about, and discovering a lot more about her family than she bargained for. There may be vampires. There will definitely be shapeshifters. And witches. And knitting.
Beyond that, I cannot say. If the stories are well received, there may be a book involved at some point . . .
Also, Igraine’s Flight is one step closer to having a solid release date.
Very mundane post, this.
So . . . anyone else doing NaNo?