I haven't felt this inspired by or connected with my writing for years. Top secret for now, the story I'm working on will make its debut on this website first. It's that important to the Stars of Heros series.
Life happens. A quick update of what is going on with the series after almost a month silence. Doesn't meant work has stopped. In fact, there are now two new old books in the WIP progress list. The rest of the books also now have statuses so I know where I'm at with them.
How I Started (And Kept) Writing Every Day stuck a chord in me because the author has the same struggles and thoughts about his incomplete writing as I do. To him, writing every day is about managing expectations, self-accountability, and low-stakes writing.
How does an author feel after finishing another phase of their book's development? Seven emotions ranging from tired to gratitude come to mind. It's good to be done with the tedious. Now it's time for full-blown creativity once again.
It's a very dynamic time for A Dream To Share. This has led to change in how the book's progress is going to be measured. Instead of relying on an arbitrary percentage, I'm going to be using its word count with a fexible goal of 75,000 words.
Every since last weekend, my head has exploded with ideas. The series reorganization is complete. I now have twenty-five core books, including two trilogies. Time’s Puzzle still doesn’t have a final book count yet and probably won’t for a while.
The box in the top right corner of the SOH website is a motivator. I'm already thinking about how fast I can get the grammar check on Legend done. Not only that I can't wait to see the next book in the series, A Dream To Share, underneath Legend as I wait for feedback. I was even thinking further than that to the books I wanted to do before tackling the In the Name of Freedom trilogy. That led to a few complications and me rethinking my plan.