It’s a week later since I wrote my update from last week. I don’t have much to say this week, beyond posting the word count goals I hit this week.
Rainy Days: Drizzle, or book two, is coming along. I’ve hit 36,000 words in this new book, which means I hit my 5k goal for the week. I’m happy because all the extra words I’ve added while writing this book pushed my word limit goal over by 1k.
I’ve hit 19k words in Elly of Ellyville. So, this book is getting close to being half written, if I stick with my 55k words I try hit with each of my books from now on. I’m still not sure if this book will be this long, but I’ll find out. When the book feels done, I’ll end it.
All right. I’ll be back next weekend with my usual update.
It’s December? Where did all of November go? It feels as if the last month started not long ago, and now it’s over all ready?
Rainy Days: Drizzle, or book two, is moving along. I have about five weeks left of writing to hit my 55k goal. Last night I ended my writing week by hitting my 30k word count goal. I’m happy with this, and the book is coming together. Although I still have to write the two main plots I want to include in this second book.
Elly of Ellyville is also coming together. It took me time to think about certain scenes in this book, but now I have a better idea on where this book is heading. I hit 15k words in this story so far, but the one thing I’m still not sure about is what the ending word count will be. I guess, when the book feels done, this will be the ending word count.
All right, this is where I am with the two books I’m working on. I’ll be back next week with another update.
The weekend is here, which means another update on where I am in the books I’m writing. Rainy Days book two is at 25,000 words out of the 55,000+ word goal I set for all my current books. I’m still on my goal to have this done by the end of the year or early in January.
Elly of Ellyville is coming along, but I’m still not sure about the length of this story. I guess it’ll be done when it feels like it should be. At the moment I’ve hit 13,000 words, and I still have a few ideas for what I want to include in this story.
This was my short update, so I’ll be back next week with another.
With the current week of writing on the two books I’m working on, I ended the week with 19,000 words out of the 55,000+ word goal for Rainy Days book two. I also hit 10,000 words towards Elly of Ellyville. I’m still not sure what the end word count goal will be for this book, but I’d like to hit 55,000+ for this one.
I’ve also put together my schedule for 2019, which I plan to post on my web site once I post this update. For the last few hours I also changed all of my books, adding the current reading list to the books I published in 2017 and early 2018. I also fixed a few spelling errors which slipped through. The last change I made was putting a page at the end of each book listing my social media/web links, the same way I’ve did with Dyalessia Friends: Elly & Kitty.
Okay, this is my updated post for where things stand. I’ll be back next weekend with another update!
On Friday I finished my writing, having reached 13,700 words in book two of Rainy Days. I may hit 20k by the end of this up coming week, or I’ll be close to hitting this goal.
Elly of Ellyville is also coming along, and I ended the week with6 6,900 words. I’m not sure what my word count total on this will be since it wasn’t a book I planned on writing. It may hit my 55k word goal, or maybe it’ll be shorter. I don’t know at the moment, but there’s still a lot of story to tell.
Thursday I worked on doing my 1,000 words in book two of Rain’s and Yuki’s trilogy, skipping the 500 words in Elly of Ellyville due to writing late. I was playing the new call of Cthulhu game instead.
Making up on what I missed on Thursday, I added 1k words to Elly of Ellyville to end my writing week at 4,000 words done in this story I had no plans to write. I also ended Rain’s and Yuki’s second book at 8,000 words done.
It doesn’t feel as if I wrote this much in this book already, but the word counts don’t lie.
With Dyalessia Friends book one wrapped up earlier in the week, I put 2k words into book two of Rain’s trilogy. So, I ended my writing for Friday and for the week with about 2,300 words done. Now I need another eleven weeks to write the other 50,000+.
I’ve also been doing short scenes for something I have no idea what I’m going to do with, but this character won’t leave me alone, so it turns out I’m writing a superhero book. So far, I’ve written two scenes. One is 500 words, and the other is 600 words. Maybe I’ll try to use these to bring in people for my Patreon account, or maybe I’ll save them and turn them into a book.
I don’t know, but so far these scenes keep coming to me.