Saturday, November 26, 2011

Working on different projects at the same time while battling a cold!

I'm going to try my best to keep up with this blog, in between writing, of course. At the moment, I'm struggling with a very nasty cold and it makes writing a little difficult.
Anyway, I've already proofed, edited, and rewritten several parts to Of Vinegar and Honey, and have e-published them.
I'm working on Part 7, and I hope to have it done and published in the next few days. There are a total of twelve parts to this story so I still have a way to go, but when they're all e-published as separate parts, I intend to publish it in paperback book form, too.
Normally, these parts wouldn't take me so long, but as the title of this post says, I'm working on different projects at the same time while battling a particularly persistent cold.
I've opened and restarted Equilibrium II: Rebirth, too, since I've been receiving some inquiries when it will be available. I'm so sorry for lagging, but life got in the way of things and I had to postpone writing a little. Not very professional of me, I know, but at least I'm back to it.
Thank you for stopping by, and I hope I can continue to look forward to your support.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Busy! Busy! Busy!

It's been a while since I've posted anything on this blog. Aside from the day-to-day distractions, I've been trying to decide what I would like to publish next, but that doesn't mean I haven't been writing.


In fact, I've written a brand-new short story for the StoriesOnline.net's Halloween contest. It's set in medieval times, entitled, "Bewitching Hour". I'm not allowed to promote it until after November 20th, so it doesn't show who the story is written by. But if you have a SOL, paid account (only premium and paid memberships will have access to this story), you can look it up.


I'm also rewriting, proofing, and editing "Of Vinegar and Honey" , and offering it in a total of 12 parts of about 12-16,000 words per part. The first four, entitled, "Bitter Meets Sweet", "Darkest Before Dawn", "Quiet Before the Storm", and "Bittersweet" are already available via Amazon and Smashwords. I'm doing it this way because it's a very long story, and breaking it down in "parts" makes it an easier read on your e-reading device.

Well, I better get back to Part V(five)!

TTFN!