I’m sure everyone is caught up by now with Anathema so here are your last two: Chapter 19 & Chapter 20! I hope I hope everyone enjoyed the story. I plan on writing the next story this fall for NaNoWriMo 2014.
Doing a little housekeeping on the site today as some pages needing cleaning up. Some links needed updating for Prince of the Dawn as Amazon has finally put the paperback and kindle page up on their site. The menu on the right has been cleaned up a bit and I’ve added my Facebook page for easy access.
Now onto the important news that people want to know, where is Anathema? Well, sitting on my laptop waiting to be uploaded. The past two weeks have been busy and I just have not gotten around to it as of yet. So, as recompense, I will be putting up multiple chapters this week to get caught up to where I should be.
A day late, but Chapter 10 is up for your viewing pleasure.
It’s Sunday, which means another Chapter for Anathema is up. Check out Chapter 9!
And we are back with more chapters from Anathema! Chapter 7 is up for your viewing pleasure.
So one of the big reasons I started this blog was to kind of two fold. The first was to provide an outlet for the random writing thoughts that I have to inspire myself and others to be better. This, in theory, would allow me to network a little with other writers and generally introduce myself to the world of writing. The second was to be a place I could share information and updates on the novels that I’m working on. The little short stories are nice and all, but the meat and potatoes of what I write is my baby called The Night Reign Chronicles.
Yeap, I finished my novel in 24 days out of the allocated 30. When I first heard about NaNoWriMo, I was unsure if it was something that I wanted to do, it seemed silly to try to pump out that much work in such a short amount of time. I had recently finished my first novel which clocked in at roughly 113,000 words over a nine month period (which I did twice, a first and a second draft) and considering the amount of work that went into writing that novel, I didn’t think I had it in me to do 50,000 words in a month. Then my wife told me she wanted to do it. Well crap, now I have to do it too. I can say that looking back at it now, I’m sure glad I did.