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Writing Book Three of my Tracker Series is rolling along slowly.
I am up to chapter 15 and Misty is getting herself into more trouble, along with Dallas. Fun!
I also plotted one way she can get out of trouble, but may come up with another way, or two, if I find any “plot bunnies” in the next few chapters.
Which brings me to my second talisman. Continue reading
If you are like me, you rested over the December break, planning what projects you would start in 2014.
Or, like me, you took January off to watch the tennis in Australia. Fun and relaxing sitting in the lounge chair in air-conditioning comfort while the heat built outside, including a few days of 40 degrees Celsius (102 for those of you who know Fahrenheit).
Once January finished, or rather the tennis finished, I went back to the computer and caught up on all the mail, blogs, and other writer sites I usually check out once a week. Continue reading
November triggers the start of a lot of writers trying to get 50K words on paper.
I looked back at what I achieved in September, and realised I would have to write a lot more each day (after learning to sit at the computer for longer) if I was going to get anywhere near that number.
I have been busy writing the past few weeks, but I tried to find time to keep up with reading other blogs, if the articles were relevant to Indie publishing. I am getting quite good at ignoring both the articles and comments if it does not relate to Indie publishing. 🙂 Continue reading
I hate doing tax for many reasons. No doubt, there are many better tax systems around the world, but in Australia, our tax system stinks.
Firstly, I do not like part of the money I earned during the past year going to a wasteful government, but I have no control over how they spend the tax they collect from me and all the other citizens. Continue reading
My new glasses arrived last Tuesday and I could start writing again.
I revised the novelette, ended up at 11,800 words. I have 8,500 words done on the second novelette in the series, with only 2 or 3 scenes left to complete it. The next 3 stories in the series are planned, but due to some good ideas my muse gave me while writing, the next one or two may change somewhat. Continue reading