So I’ve gone and done it now. I’ve locked myself to a hard deadline.
Posts that deal with Young Adult novel topics.
After a comprehensive re-read and multipass check for errors and grammatical mistakes, Molerat 2.0 is off to the editor.
So I’ve done it again. I aim for a word count target and I overshoot it. But it’s not on purpose, I swear.
There were times when I didn’t think I would ever finish this book. But I did and it’s online right now.
I am pleased to announce that Arachnid 2.0 (Detest-A-Pest #2) is available for pre-order on Kobo, Apple or Amazon. 🕷📖😁👍
I just completed the first draft of Arachnid 2.0. It was only now, that I look back on things, just how long I’ve been working on this book. My process was a little different this time around.
Arachnid 2.0 is almost done… the first draft, I mean. I’ve been working on this book for over a year and I’m getting a little worried.
My first four novels were written based on screenplays I had written earlier, back when I had Hollywood stars in my eyes. The process for my fifth novel is a little different.
For twenty-five years I’ve let my hair grow long (as you can see). I’ve cut it half a dozen times during that span, if that. This year, I’m cutting it all off. And I do mean ALL, right down to stubble. I’ve never done that before. You might be asking yourself “why?”
Do one thing that scares you every day. Well, it appears that I am doing two things that scare me each day.