I have begun hopping once again. I’m in the process of writing my very first YA Paranormal Romance (Title still in process). While most of my novels have been written in the form of first person and present tense, I’ve decided to change it up. This novel will be in third person and present tense. The tense may change to past but it depends on how the story comes out, whichever is easier for the reader. I’m committed to getting their story told because it’s unique and brings back happy memories of innocence.
But don’t worry, Blowing the Whistle hasn’t been forgotten in the least. Sometimes there needs to be a huge step back to get perspective before going back to edit/detail/re-write. Ally’s story will be shared and enjoyed sooner than I ever thought, so that’s good news for you and me.
I’m still editing my Shakes but things are on the up and up. There is hope that this one will be finished within the next two to three weeks. Then the real editing begins. Fingers crossed that everything goes smoothly.
And while I’m busy typing away chapters I’d like to promote a fellow writer. Please visit the link below to check the amazing talents of a dear friend. It is the preview for the first chapter of rbdavis5 novel Jamie Ryder: Possessed. Comments and reviews are always welcome and appreciated.
I had been working on the outline for this novel for a very short period of time. And with a jump of the creativity wizard I was able to start writing this out today. Officially doing the happy dance since I’m already on chapter two and it’s only been within two hours of actual writing/formatting/editing etc.
Ally is already one of my favorite characters to write under. She isn’t like any character I’ve done before and that makes me smile from ear to ear. Originality with purpose 🙂
Getting back on the writing train and exploring how creative I can be.
Thanks to a fabulous friend, I am reading a helpful book about editing/formatting and going to use that information upon my works. Thanks again!
While reading I have Netflix playing in the background (Behind Mansion Walls; the rich who are killed or kill for the greed/evy/love of money), I don’t like to sit in silence.
And I noticed while flipping the page that the song “Cell Block Tango” from Chicago started playing in my mind until I found myself singing, “He had it coming. He had it coming. He only had himself to blame. If you had been there. If you have seen it. I betcha you would have done the same.” Not only did it fit perfectly for the murder case I wasn’t watching but left me feeling nostalgic with wanting to watch Chicago.
Now I’m determined to finish reading, work on my ‘Shakes’, Hope Series and Destiny Series for a few hours before taking a musical break.