Saturday, December 16, 2017

2017 Week #50 Update

The weather worm turned today, bringing slightly (but much appreciated) warmer temperatures. My mood and productivity both improved as a consequence. And I’ve gotten partway into the rewrite of PH chapter 16, the last (except for the epilogue.)

Saturday, December 9, 2017

2017 Week #49 Update

The bitter cold has returned (though hopefully only for a little while) and I didn’t get a whole lot of work done this week. I did rewrite more of PH chapter 15, but I didn’t finish it, and I feel like my main character. As Duncan gets closer to the truth of what’s been going on, it becomes more and more difficult for him to do what he has to do. And as I near the end of the book, it seems tougher going for me too. But I bet you’ll love it when you read it.

Saturday, December 2, 2017

2017 Week #48 Update

First, I’d like to thank both Janice and Candy for their reviews of Threat Multiplication.

As for me, I’ve started rewriting PH chapter 15. The end of the previous chapter had left Duncan shocked and confused and angry. Now he has to scrabble to come up with some sort of solution. Because he doesn’t have much time.

Saturday, November 25, 2017

2017 Week #47 Update

Hope you’re having a happy holiday weekend (and exercising reasonable restraint amid all the various temptations this time of year.) I’ve actually gotten some good work done this week despite everything.

I’ve started in on the rewrite of PH chapter 14, where Our Hero has to perform a part of his job he has a lot of mixed feelings about. And if his heart isn’t in it, can he do what needs to be done?

Saturday, November 18, 2017

2017 Week #46 Update

I’m partway through the rewrite of PH chapter 13, and I feel like I’m stuck in slow mode. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. However much I want to finish Slowpocalypse Book 5 so all of you can read it, it’s more important to get it done right. I believe each book I’ve written has been better than the last, and I don’t want this one to be an exception.

Have a great Thanksgiving, and I hope you have lots to be grateful for.