So I am on Twitter talking to other authors about websites, and – ding ding ding! I realize that I haven’t posted anything on here in nine months. That’s long enough to conceive a baby, bring it to term, have it, and contemplate the next eighteen years as a caregiver to a child I didn’t know I had until the start of this blog post. Yeesh.
Not that Boo and I are capable of having children, what both being dudes and all. But I digress.
Things have been going slow on the writing front for the last few months, as evidenced by the fact that I haven’t published anything since Migration: Beginnings was re-published in the Summer of 2018. Thing is, I have so many ideas, that I told someone who is helping me with getting my professional head on straight, that it’s almost like overload paralysis.
But I’m making progress.
I was supposed to be writing the prequel and first book of the romance series that I’m writing with my coauthor Lisa (who wrote ‘A Million Miles Amok’ with me). But the bug to work on a new Migration book has really captured me. So that, plus the fact that I’m taking part in CampNanoWrimo with my friend Nazri, means I’m working on that series. I hope to get the sequel finished by the end of June, and I should be able to make it. I’m nearly 20,000 words in, and have everything plotted. It’s just that I throw my own roadblocks up from time to time with how I think the story should go. Oh well, more time to work out the details with Shavonne (seriously, she’s a great sounding board and instigator of wonderful ideas. Here’s her website if you’re interested!).
Still have a couple of hours to go on today’s Migration chapter, so back to it. Catch you all on Twitter!