So I'm writing, that's been established. I thought I would actually write a list to keep myself honest and on track. Do I know what I'm doing? That is a question I don't know the answer to right now. Who knows?
Writing projects (as of December 2012)
StClare Chronicles (all are "working" titles)
"Rain" first draft completed April 2, 2013
· "Breaking Precedent"
· "Couples and Pairs"
· "Scenes from a Wedding"
· "Summer Heat"
· "Evelyn and Alexander"
· "Spring Break"
Of all those, only one is complete and it's a short story which will probably never be published or even submitted for consideration. Two are being written right now; three have only been started. The last three are just ideas with titles and principals in my head. I don't know if I dare even begin them right now. "Snow" really doesn't belong here but it started here so I'm keeping here.
"Dani's Song" is complete; actually has been completed for some time now. It was written back in the 90's. Two laboriously printed copies were given away to the ones I dedicated the story to. It was a birthday present, you see. Currently I brought it back out, decided it wasn't too bad. So I've teamed up with my friend Tasha,an artist who likes fairy tales and fantasy, and we (she, actually) are working on some illustrations. When the illustrations and editing are done, "Dani's Song" will go up on Kindle.
"Dragon in the Snow" is another one. I have started writing snippets but have put it on the back burner, so to speak.
"Familiar Strangers" is the third major story I'm working on. Like "Rain" and "Snow", it's a romance, aka 'love story', too. Heck, all of them are. Some are just more traditonally romances than others. But that's another posting.
· "Taste of a Man"
I think I'm going to stop now before even more pop up in my mind. Now to get the bloody things written and some characters (who shall not named--nags, the lot of you!) off my back. Enough, wouldn't you say?
The bravest thing you can do when you are not brave is to profess courage and act accordingly.- Corra Harris