quote:Welcome to this week's Novel Support Group. Anyone can join. If you're new, tell us a bit about who you are and what project you are working on. Feel free to update the NSG Work in Progress thread with your current projects. Although we can report on any number of things, here is a list of suggestions (suggestions welcomed).
What were your goals last week and did you accomplish them? Describe what you worked on. Set goals for next week. Did you learn something during this week?
Here is a list of things that you can do each week as we work on our novels (suggestions welcomed).
Writing on a novel Characterization World Building Relevant research
As for me.
Last Week's Goals:
MAGE STORM: Think about what to do next: submit to a small press or rewrite to a slightly older protagonist. Didn't really give this one much thought this week.
MAGIC AND POWER: Send out three more queries. Prepare pitch for WriteOnCon. Yes. WriteOnCon was an extreme disappointment this year, though.
THE SHAMAN'S CURSE: Do some promotion to try to keep this going well. Not yet, but I'm going to need to do something this week.
DREAMER'S ROSE: Pause, for now. Easy one.
THE IGNORED PROPHECY: Finish the third draft. Start going back to consider scenes marked for possible deletion. Done. Ready for beta readers.
WEIRD OZ: Let the new ideas ferment a bit. Still fermenting.
I spent most of my time this week 'rebranding' a trilogy that hasn't gone anywhere on Amazon. New covers, new titles, added in some magic. It takes a lot of time to just 'tweak' a book.
This week I'll be sending out queries for Warstone and continue to work on the rebranding. The problem with new titles is that I have to modify all of my published works to reflect the change.
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Worked a little on the steam-dragonpunk novel and it might be the last I work on it for a while--my laptop acted up and it looks like the hard drive.
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