I have been quite busy this month, and for once, it is not work. I have been helping out a couple of friends with editing, and having a lot of fun. One of them had had some quite exciting changes happen, but more on that later. I also caught up to my camp nano goals,… Continue reading Another Friday and More Thoughts
I haven't got a synopsis for RevPit yet, but there's still time? I've got my submission document ready for now. I'm also behind in my camp nano goals, so plans for the weekend is to catch up and maybe build up a buffer. Even though I'm behind on my goals, writing is still happening, and… Continue reading Weekend Plans
I did finish Wizard's Debt in March. I have too many things to do in April, but I am hopeful that work being less stressful would help with that. I also signed up for Camp nano. At this point, most of my nano projects are titled Miscellaneous. Which works since I never seem to be… Continue reading April is Camp Nano
Nano this month hasn't gone as expected. I did get to my 50k on the 15th, but I'm back again to multiple projects. I started one more WIP which is at 10k words now, and I also started editing The Banished Secret. Writing and reading has been the only two things that has kept me… Continue reading After Nano, what?
My boss tested positive with Covid on Sunday, and everyone of us had to be in quarantine. Anxiety is no longer a fuel to my creativity, mostly because I'm so fucking tired all the time now. It's like I'm brain dead, and nothing gives me the same kind of joy any more. For all that… Continue reading Another week of quarantine
Unlike in previous years, I had a project all lined up for Nanowrimo this year. I had decided on it as early as July. I was finally going to start writing the second book of my Jaya! series, which is a retelling of the Hindu epic of Mahabharata with a twist. I was encouraged to… Continue reading Of Nanowrimo and other things