As a writer, my mind is always busy. Therefore, I'm always working on something. My friend, Bernadette, says the voices are always talking to me and she's right. I'm trying to only work on one project at a time, but sometimes right when I'm in the middle of one story, another will insistently demand to be told. Here's what I hope to accomplish this year.
Part one turned out to be so long I had to split the book. I'm diligently working on completing the conclusion to this story before part one releases. Will that make the release of two come sooner? Nope, sorry. I've already decided to release them six months apart, which is about average for big publishing house releases.
This is an anthology of erotic short stories I hope to have published this year, 2013. So far I've completed the first one and am in the middle of the second one. My goal is for the total anthology to be around 20k, with each story averaging 7 - 10k.
This story came to me like most do, right when I'm in the middle of another storyline. Since I only like to work on one project at a time, I pushed it to the side. It wouldn't leave me alone. It wanted attention and it wanted it NOW. So, I got the first chapter wrote out and a bit of the plot, then went back the to story I was trying to finish.
Months later, when I was trying to decide on a project, it came back to tease and taunt my mind. The problem was, I couldn't find it. I searched high and low, in every notebook and computer we have. Nada. Nothing. It had disappeared. I could have started over from scratch, but I didn't want to. I might leave out something important if I did. Disheartened, I started writing something else.
Then I found it. I was overjoyed. I immediately dropped everything and started working on it. It's a vampire story (don't you love vamps?) and possibly the beginning of a four book series. Reyna has four friends that all have secrets just waiting to be revealed.