Here I am in next year already. The first week has flown by, as usual and I find myself fitting my writing in-between work, meetings, more work, food and then sleep. I'm sure many people reading this are in the same situation.
I'm back on the excited rush again. I was asked to do an interview at the weekend. To be honest I was asked originally in October, but when I failed to open the link sent to me I completely forgot to request another format in the rush to book launch date on Halloween. So I met up with my interested party again, Tara Moore international novelist, and agree to do her interview which was a lot more in-depth than I realised and you can follow the link here.
I'm hoping to get on with Aqua this weekend too. For those of you interested in semantics I have managed to move the story - hopefully naturally - into past tense around chapter four and I'm making sure I use my storyboard which has been priceless for continuity. I did try a try go on Scrivener but it's so complicated I reckon it's something that needs practice and time, which is a luxury I don't currently have with Aqua in my hands and Gristle's Revenge running through my head.
I've got my proof editor, Graham Pierrepoint, on board too . He did WOTW and has gone free-lance now. Any of you out there trying to find a trustworthy and reliable PE, I fully endorse his work.
He also has a good link with a free-lance illustrator.
Short one today, still have Soroptimist minutes to write and some of Aqua to do before bed,