Silver Hollow is almost ready to be put into print! I’m so excited about it and look forward to sharing this hard copy with you lot. It’s been a wonderful ride so far, and I hope that you continue checking for updates. Here soon I’m planning on spiffing up the book’s page on here and on my blog, so you can enjoy more updates.
Recently, a blogger friend of mine posted her own thoughts of Silver Hollow. You can check it out HERE:
On a different note, I’m about three fourths of the way done with my NaMoWriMo novel. Which is fantabulous when you think about the fact you’ve almost finished a first draft. But it sucks when you realize you failed to meet the quota lol. Ah well, there will be other Novembers in the future! And I’m still going to give it my best shot over the next few days to tuck away a few more thousand words. It ain’t always easy to write “cheetah speed” as my friend Melissa calls it. But I can give it my best trying!
I won’t give you too many details on my NaMoWriMo novel just yet. Only know that it is in my (to-be-published) pile. And if I am able, I’d like to see it published by January hopefully.
Stay, my paranormal romance, has been pushed aside to limbo while I tried to tackle NaMoWriMo, but it is far from being on the back burner. You can expect to be hearing more about it over this next month. If possible, I’ll try to finish it and have it published by the end of December. That is indeed a lofty goal and realistically, January might have to be that golden double whammy month.
Okay, now that I’ve given y’all my honest update, let’s see if I can’t buckle down and get my act together. I might have a slightly lesser online presence over this next month, as I’m going to devote most of my time to writing. But I’m never to busy to hear from you, loverly readers and fellow authors. Feel free to drop a line!
Oh, and for those of you interested in a sequel to Silver Hollow, it’s still up in the air whether I will write in the near future or not. The best guarantee depends on you. Tell your friends about the story and give me your best pitch on why there needs to be a sequel. 😉 After we’ve published the print version and things keep rolling, we’ll see about No.2.
Happy reading/writing everyone!