Sick but still going
Being sick may have stopped me from walking more than thirty feet today, but it won't stop me from posting! So much on the horizon and now on top of everything I've mentioned before, my friends at Smash are interested in my advocating again. So... full schedule.
In the meantime I figured I'd talk about something I'm really excited about. The sequel to The Paladin. Oh yeah, I've been working on it. I have two or three scenes already mapped out in my head. I'm loving the new characters and I'm having a blast throwing them at a lot of different scenarios to see what they're made of. Even more, I think the best part is that all of the scenes I couldn't fit into The Paladin have another chance at life in this story. Ah! Should be so good!
But I can't jump on it just yet. The Paladin is in Pitch Wars and I need to focus there, plus my short story (which is fast becoming a novella) is still needing some TLC. So many creative commitments. But I suppose this is a good problem to have.
So what's a writer to do when they have to finish little things before they can jump on the next big project? I guess set 'em all up and knock 'em all down. Those projects aren't going to write themselves.
Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to go make a list of everything I need to get done. And cough my left lung out. Maybe not in that order.
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Keep your eyes open for my debut novel, The Paladin.