In order to know what’s going to happen in DW3, I have to know what the bad guys are up to. So here comes the process of getting into the bad guys’ heads. I always despise this part of the process; I feel icky afterwards, like I need a shower.
Does anyone else have a problem with getting inside the minds of their bad guys and having to think like they do?
And a little teasing peek of the cover art by C.K. Volnek.
I did it! I did it! I broke past the bloody chapter that’s held me in a stranglehold in Deuces Wild: Stacking the Deck! It’s officially 62% done! Probably more than that, but that’s using 85,000 words as an estimate.
I’m on to the next point in the story arc.
I realized I have to completely redo the timeline of the back story for the second book in the Gifts of the Elders’ series – the sequel to Sword’s Edge. So I’m doing that. Which means even though I’m not getting any word count done for the second book, I am working on it!
To quote Fred Kwan, “Just FYI.”
Developing the one subplot in the sequel to Sword’s Edge has turned catastrophic to my overall plot arc for the novel. I see no way to keep the one character from doing what he’s going to do. Totally rewrite from about 30k onward. At this point, I have no idea where this book is headed.
Since I’ve had readers ask when the sequel to Sword’s Edge is coming out, I thought I’d share a little known page on my site. I am currently working on three books, and you can check their progress here: