I'm finished, I'm finished. I love the way it ended. My critique partners are so brilliant. I love the time machine and the new travels of Cary and Conn. Oh my but I do love writing with the fae fold in the story. A new dimension is created that provides so much fun. I do believe I've a gaurdian fairy resting on my computer desk as I write.
Now to get started on our next project: a journey through time for one of my historical characters to Disney World. What would a knight in shining armor think of Minnie Mouse? or any of the other wonderful Disney characters. Would my knight try to rescue a damsel in distress? Would he survive a ride on Space Mountain? Oh my, the possibilities are indeed endless.
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Husband in Eugene watching the Ducks. I'm home babysitting, wathcing the Beavs and trying to edit more of my St. Paty's day anthology. I have 2 chapters left. It has to be done by Oct. 1. Will I make it? I certainly hope so. It helps when Ana takes a nice long nap.
Monday, September 13, 2010
I'm working on edits the rest of the day for my part of the St. Patrick's Day Anthology. Star-Crossed is finally finished and I'm thrilled it will be edited by my friends and co-authors the Rogue's Angels. Of course I have my work cut out for me because I have to finish my own edits, layers, and revisions by October 1st our mutually agreed upon deadline. When I'm finished with that, I will begin work on something. I'm not sure what. I have so many thoughts running through my head. Should I work on something new or revise and finish something that is at the bottom of my computer?