Last year I wrote a series of four novella’s. Some of you may remember me mentioning this on social media. It took a long time to write that series; so many hours went into it I lost track. I’d sit at Aroma Joe’s and write for a few hours two or three times many weeks to get the books written.
It’s a war-time series about two families who try to set themselves up to make it through when disaster strikes, and how they overcome the challenges of everything happening around them to build worthy lives after the war is over. What would you do if an all-out war happened? Would you survive? These families want to make sure they do, but will they be able to pull it off?
This series is different than what I usually write, I know. But it holds a special place in my heart after all the work I’ve already put into it.
My plan is to start editing the series next year. I’m not sure how long it will take to edit each, because they are longer works than what I am used to writing, but my plan is to just start. I’ll take it one book at a time.
Will I get them all edited and published next year? I do not know. It depends on the amount of time I have to work on them while still working on writing the current series and getting short stories out to you.
I may not have enough time to get a new story out to you each month in 2019, like I have been this year, but I’ll get as many as I can published for you to enjoy. Just stick with me. Writing, editing, and creating graphics all takes time, and I also have this full-time job at The Inn.
My dream is to make enough money writing so I don’t have to work outside the home. Sounds good, doesn’t it? Then I could spend all the time I wanted writing. It sure would all get done more quickly. I have so many ideas… (Watch for my upcoming blog posts about writing prompts and series ideas for more details.)
Don’t forget to read the latest story! It’s part of Tales from the Woods, a collection of stories I’ve been writing. And please, leave a review if you enjoy it. Thanks!
She doesn’t understand social cues. She is unable to form meaningful bonds with people. Will she trust the one person she is supposed to be able to count on to help her? The one who claims not to hold her past against her?
This Tales from the Woods story shows the dark side of what can happen in Bear Wood. Are you prepared?
Have a great day!