#IWSG: Writing….

 

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Writing for class assignments seems to be a lot of what I do lately. I have started working on outlines for the old stories and some new ones though during that time. Class is keeping me busy writing papers and working on projects but I am learning a lot in them.

I do plan to participate in NaNo this year but it is going to be continuing Town Curse (Witches of Raven’s Nest Book 1) instead of a new story. I want to get it finished this time around so while I’m taking my classes next term I will also be trying to churn out the additional words I will need to finish the story. 🙂

I plan to update the books page sometime in the coming month with new blurbs for the ones that are on there and with Town Curse and the status of them. Also, I plan to update the rewards on my Patreon page in the coming weeks and start a new newsletter sign-up on here. So be on the lookout for those things to happen and posts about them soon.

Look forward to reading your comments. 🙂

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#IWSG: Can’t believe it’s September…

 

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I can’t believe it’s September already. I spent the summer taking my first classes for my master’s degree. Now onto the next classes that started on September 4th. This time it’s Literary Theory and English Language. Both are going to be interesting.

I spent time starting new outlines for my work based on some things I learned during the summer and it is helping me a lot. So, we’ll see if I can stick to the new way of doing things. I have started to see improvement in my writing while working on the stories as well. Will be updating again soon on everything. Plan to take a few days and add some new stuff and posts to the blog.

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#IWSG: Camp NaNo and other things

 

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Camp NaNo has ended. I won this time. I was able to get an outline done for Town Curse which I’m still working on. I have also come to the conclusion that I need to go back and write better outlines for my other stories. Also, need to create character sketches for my characters. I have never really done that for them before and realize it needs to be done.

I spent a couple of days in July creating new scrivener files for my novels because I plan to start from scratch with them. Still have the old ones to use as sort of a guide until I decide I don’t need them anymore. Though I most likely will never get rid of the old ones because you never know when you might realize that the old story is actually the one you want to use. So, we will see what happens.

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#IWSG: Camp NaNo and other things

 

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Life has been interesting since the middle of June. I started school and have been writing but it’s been weekly assignments that have to be turned in for my classes.

It has been a time of learning to balance everything so I can get things done like my own writing. I think I’ve finally reached a balance where everything is coming together and working like it should.

I decided to go ahead and do Camp NaNo this month and it’s actually working out well even though I haven’t updated the site with my word count yet. I’m using camp to work on Town Curse and surprisingly I’m finding that I’m writing more now that I’m writing for the classes I’m taking.  The routine of writing everyday for assignments that are due has helped me to get a little more disciplined with my own writing.

 

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#IWSG: Writing…

 

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I couldn’t decide what to write about this time. The writing is going well. I love the direction I have decided to take the vampire series in and the change of the main character. The fantasy novel has grown a lot with just the list of characters alone. I may look at getting rid of some of them when it’s  time to revise. Not sure all of them will stay because they really don’t fit the story even now but I’m not going to stop writing it. Will make those decisions about them after the initial draft is done.

Hope to add fun new things to the blog over the next few months. I’m sitting down this week to plan out posts and possibly new pages to add that will be entertaining to everyone. 🙂

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#IWSG: Camp NaNo and more….

 

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Camp NaNo is over and I didn’t hit my goal. That’s okay though. I’m still working on the story and it’s coming along. Definitely can say that I won’t be participating in Camp in July as I will be in my first term of graduate school. I have decided while editing/revising my vampire series that I’m going to take it in a little different direction and the main character has changed at this point as well.

I’m writing new outlines for it and some of the other stories including the epic fantasy one I started on last year. Some of the new directions occurred as I was adding words and revising a couple of them. So, a couple of the stories have been started all over again to fall in line with the new ideas for them. It definitely has been interesting is all I can say.

I have realized I’ve been neglecting to write on here a lot in the last few months or so and that is going to change starting soon. I plan to add the things I’ve been talking about for awhile like the game videos of myself playing Lord of The Rings Online, a series of posts about fantasy and paranormal genres, updates with possible snippets of my writing, and tips (like what my routine is, etc).

That’s it for now. Look forward to your comments. 🙂

 

 

 

Cover Reveal: Keeper of Souls by Casey Bond

Title: Keeper of Souls
Author: Casey Bond
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Horror
Cover Designer: Regina Wamba at Mae I Design & Photography
Editor: Stacy Sanford, The Girl with the Red Pen
Expected Release Date: May 19th, 2017
Blurb:
Carmen Kennedy finally feels normal. Enrolled in college, she’s making a few friends and taking life one day at a time. Her days are filled with classes, studying, and attempting to be more social, while her nights are filled with terrifying dreams. All of her nightmares have one thing in common: him. She can’t see his face, but a flash of dark feathers is all it takes to remind her of The Keeper of Crows. He isn’t supposed to be real.
There is a world that exists beneath the fabric of our own, a torturous place filled with despair. The Keeper is there; Carmen just has to find out why and if there is a way to help him leave that place. Her sanity and life will be threatened, but she can’t ignore his screams any longer.
When love exists, it doesn’t matter the distance. It finds a way to remind you.
Will love be enough to save Michael and Carmen when The Keeper of Souls stands in their way?
Award-winning author Casey L. Bond resides in Milton, West Virginia with her husband and their two beautiful daughters. When she’s not busy being a domestic goddess and chasing her baby girls, she loves to write young adult and new adult fiction.You can find more information about Bond’s books via the following links:

Buy Link:
Keeper of Crows:
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