So The Music of the Spheres is done, and I’ve been working steadily on We The People for about a week now. I’ve added almost 9k words in the last seven days, and will probably push past 10K with today’s writing, getting me a lot closer to the halfway mark. I’m on track to have We The People wrapped up by the end of February, if not sooner.
After that, I expect I’ll be completing The Blood Eater Coven in March, which has languished now for far too long, followed by Wizard Sky Pirates! in April and then Anarchy in May.
The summer will look a little different, as my pace will necessarily slow down due to the fact that the remaining batch of unfinished manuscripts have a lot less done on them. A Mid-Summer Night’s Fear, Puzzle, and Rock of Ages may require a month and a half to two month’s each, which will nearly close out the year. If not, I should be able to reconstruct Episode 2 of Elementals, and possibly get Episode 3 done as well (these were the stories I completely lost when my flash drive disappeared last March).
Well, that’s the plan, anyway. Still, 2018 is looking to be a very productive year for me. The last time I had a year this productive was 2013, when I released four titles. I’m confident this year will put everything else I’ve done beforehand to shame.
Today and tomorrow I’m enjoying a few days off from work, so it’s been nice to catch up and get some stuff cranked out. I hope also to have the print version of A More Perfect Union ready–just as soon as Createspace approves my cover, actually. So there’s that, too.
I’ve updated the word counts on the sidebar. Talk to you again soon.
UPDATE: Yup, wrote 1306 words today and cracked 10k words since the fifteenth. Feels great to be on target.