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.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my brief dip into self-publishing so far, is things often take longer than expected. But Vermin is so close…
I’m two weeks into 2017 and I thought I’d take a moment to look back on the previous year.
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As I’ve been working away on my third book, David’s Summer, my editor has been hard at work on Vermin. Well, it’s back, and that’s a good thing.
Morgan Spurlock’s RATS is being released to Discover Channel soon, and it couldn’t be better timed.
For my first novel Tied, I reserved my writing time for weekend mornings. I got up at 6am on Saturday and Sunday and wrote for a several hours. My first draft took eight months. For my second novel, Vermin, I’m doing it differently.
I’ve been going hard on the social media and blog posts for the past six months. It’s taking its toll on me. Here’s what I’ve decided to do.