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.)
An update on my word count and my thoughts on the Game of Thrones premiere, all in one post.