No photos today. I finally finished the WIP, named Half Moon House, a couple days ago, and I’m busy doing the first edit.
I wrote this one over such a long period of time, interrupted frequently by life and work, that it needs more than the usual quick edit. I’m approaching the halfway point on it, though. Once it’s finished, it goes to the beta readers, then back to me for the final edit and formatting.
With luck, I’ll release this one in two or three weeks.
I already have an idea of what I want to tackle next, and I think this one will be SF/Fantasy. I’m already dreaming about the story and waking up with snippets of conversation in my head. The beginning of a new book is always exciting to me because it can go in so many different directions.
What was in my head this morning when I woke up:
He counted off the seconds. “Three, two, one….”
The door opened, and a woman I recognized walked in, a shopping bag in one hand. She looked tired and a little sad. I could relate.
Approaching the counter, she glanced past me to focus on Mr. Pettigrew. “Got anything that will change my life?”
Have a great weekend! See you Monday.