About six months ago, I announced I would attempt something crazy. Namely, that I would write three rough drafts of three novels in six months. Those six months ended last Wednesday, and I did not meet that goal. It was an unreasonable goal, after all.
I did meet other goals, like doing another re-write of Thorn of Dentonhill, and finishing a rough draft of the script for Triple Cross.
So, what’s next? For one, I want to finish the rough draft of Maradaine Constabulary. My goal for that is May 15th. To that end, I’ve come up with a new writing plan:
No Sleep Until 1000.
It’s very simple. Every day, I write a thousand words. If I write more, great, but every day, it’s got to be a thousand. That’s for just MCI. Plus I need to work the second draft of Holver Alley Crew. And a short story for an anthology.
In other news: Hint Fiction now has a cover.
Now back to writing.