I’m sure there are writers out there that took full advantage of the various lockdowns and time spent at home during the pandemic to live their best lives and produce pagecounts the likes of which they may never reach again. I did not. I have,
I have taken a long break from writing. It eats at me a little bit every day that I find one thing or another to spend time on. NaNoWriMo kind of snuck up on me, but I think I can take advantage of the sentiment
I’ve taken a looooong break from Redzone. Too long really. I want to refocus. I’ve got an idea I want to inject into the story that will give it a longer, multi-part aspect I hadn’t considered before. The trouble is, the idea is getting too
Phew. Well, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? With NaNoWriMo starting tomorrow, I thought I’d check-in and give an update on Redzone. Sort of a proof-of-life kind of thing. First off, I’ve got an updated word count. Word count: 24,729 Second, I’ve got some news.
Great stories depend on their villains. With Clint, I’m creating a guy that has to act as my story’s bad guy, but I could just as easily write the story with him, doing the same things, as the good guy. He’s stuck. He finds himself
I present my second chapter and introduction of Julie.
A word count update, an explanation of the past couple weeks progress and a link to my first chapter!
This week’s word count: 19,325. Not too bad considering the IRL factors AND my liberally budgeted TV and non-writing hobby time. Things should pick up (and result in more writing) from now and into the summer in our post-Game of Thrones world. In what should
The aftermath of Nerd-pocalypse robbed me of the ability to use the written word, apparently.
This is going to be a tough week for me to add to the word count total. (Hence, Nerd-pocalypse.)