Today has been a very busy day! I had an interview with a news reporter, as well as a book talk at a local cafe.
I'm actually having a hard time believing it.
All my life, I had always hoped someone would notice my book once I got it published. That someone would think it was a good enough story or it seemed interesting enough to brag about it to everyone. Well... this interview just took it up a notch.
My first beta reader finished the book and loved it! I have completed over 100 pages of the edits now, and have already given the first half of my book to my second round of beta readers; I hope to be finished with this round by the end of the month!
So far, I have cut a lot, replaced a lot, rewritten a lot, and... written some. All in Danarko. I have also drawn a little, but not as much as I wish I have. I cannot wa...
I have had this story in my head for about fourteen years now. I didn't start seriously writing it until nine years ago, and finished the very first draft of it six years ago. Since then, I had put it off to the side; I knew I needed to "grow up" and mature before I could truly write the story that needed to be written.
Now is that time. I have written the first draft of the book again - but this one is drastically d...
I haven't been active very much recently, but this month has actually been quite busy for me. I have been participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) this November with a personal goal of 100,000 words. Usually, it's only 50,000 words (which is the official goal of the event). I'm almost to 100,000 words, too! I'm quite excited.
I completely finished the first draft of Danarko on...
It's hard knowing when your characters are going to die and you can't do anything about it. It's hard knowing things about your characters - secrets that only they themselves know - that no one else may ever find out about. It's hard dealing with a character that repeatedly dies over and over and over, again and again, with no one who can possibly understand everything she is going through.