Starting in April, I’ll try to remember to post an update here as well as on YouTube and kboards and my private G+ pulp speeders group. For now, suffice to say that the 3 novels in 3 months challenge is nearly a third complete, and I will have a complete book by tomorrow night. Fun times!
Here’s the video for Day 29 of the challenge. More on YouTube and stay tuned here for more daily videos following the challenge.
So I can update kboards and my G+ site, but I keep forgetting to update my website. Duh! Here’s a link to the video playlist updating each day of the challenge. I’ve added lots of words every day and am rolling right along. Hope you had a great weekend!
Got the first full day in on the writing challenge. Video about the day and the sprints I wrote is here:
Solid day of writing and adding content to the first novel in the series. If you’re following along, I’ll use my blog here to post the updates, the challenge page here to post my word counts as the challenge rolls on, and I also have a discussion thread going on over at kboards. Follow me wherever it makes sense for you if you so desire.
If you have any questions about my writing process, things you’d like to see in the videos, whatever; drop me a note and let me know. Happy Thursday!
In preparation for starting a new writing challenge today, of which I’ll talk more soon, I’m building a Scrivener project file for the challenge. The timing on this is perfect as I’m also transitioning from the PC version of Scrivener to the Mac version. Because I know a lot of writers who are thinking of using Scrivener or who want more tips on how to use it, I decided to kill two birds with one stone and build the project file I need while at the same time creating a video or two (or more) that discusses how I write, how I build my project files, how I outline, etc.
So if you’re interested in seeing and hearing how another writer works, check them out and share them. Any questions, hit me up here or in comments on the videos. I’ve also started a discussion thread on kboards if that’s of interest.
Happy Friday! I’ll be giving away a signed copy of the print version of Pistols and Pyramids #1 this Sunday night to one lucky member of my mailing list. If you haven’t signed up yet, now’s a good time to do so! You can look forward to news, more freebies, and exclusive offers. And it’ll make the mailchimp happy. We like happy chimps, don’t we?
I’ll be giving away a signed copy of the proof (super limited–only three exist) soon to my mailing list subscribers, so if you haven’t signed on yet, now’s a good time to do so! You’ll get exclusive content, early views on lots of stuff, and more goodies that I can’t talk about just yet.
Sorry for the delay in updates; life, writing, baby, and snow (oh gods all the snow) have gotten my blogging on delay. But, here we go! News:
Print version of P&P1 is locked and proof copies are en route. I expect it to be available for purchase within a couple weeks. Yay! Newsletter subscribers got the preview of the cover art and a sample of the interior layout. Missed it? Join up!
As promised, here’s another chunk of James Hale’s fourth and final piece of art that’ll appear in the print version of P&P1: