Since I started the 100 words for a 100 days I have written a total of 7466 words. That’s 12 days worth of writing. It’s not a huge number of words, and I could definitely do better. That’s for sure.
This revision of my WIP is killing me! Leanne Baldwin of Rose City Scribe wrote a post called, The battle against Scenezilla. It’s a witty take on facing a pivotal scene she had to write. I was in the same boat as she was in writing my funeral scene, and if you want to read more about that read the comments between Anthony Lee Collins and me on my post “Round and Round We Go.”
I finally finished that chapter! (Jumps up and down like a little girl!) I am a lucky girl that my dad (a preacher) has a Pastor’s Guide for funerals, weddings, dedications, etc. It really helped me out with coming up with the right Bible verses for the service. I know the scene probably needs work, but that’s what revisions are for, right? 😉
So, now that that scene is tackled, I’m working on the last part of the novel. The part where the murderer is revealed and justice is served.
I’m also coming up with ideas for a YA supernatural trilogy. (I hope it’s a trilogy. It may be only two books though.) As far as that’s going, it’s just ideas (and very few of them at that). I’m also trying to work on some short stories.
This is another one of my works in progress. ;-) (My niece crawled into my lap while I was working on it.) I’m crocheting my first ever blanket! I’m not usually a craftsy person. My mom and sister have that title. (Mom sews, appliques, and embroiders. Sister does the same but makes hair bows too.) This blanket was something I started a few years ago as a means to relax. I have pulled it back out and hope to finish it when I’m not writing or when I need to gather my thoughts.
So, how are your works in progress coming along?