So I’ve managed to read through a decent number of books this month, with nine titles under my belt this time, and once again I’ve enjoyed every single one of them.
So anyway, I’ve been doing a lot of the stuff that a writer’s supposed to do just recently, and I have to admit I feel good about it. Mostly I’ve been working on my current project, Hunter’s Moon, laying down foundations and framework, and building up the primary structure of the story. It’s been fun, and I’m looking forward to getting some feedback on it when I finally post it to Scribophile. I decided to get the whole first draft finished before I post anything more, so if you’re on Scrib and waiting for the next installment please accept my apologies for the delay. Hopefully the end result will be worth it.
So it’s been another average month in terms of reading, with only five books on the list. That said, I have been writing more, slowly but steadily. Anyway, here’s the list for March.
Last weekend I posted the first part of a new project to my Scribophile account. I was hoping to get some useful and constructive feedback from the other members of the community, and I have to say I wasn’t disappointed.
February has been a very slow month for reading, mainly due to a combination of real life getting in the way and a bit of an increase in my writing time (see my previous post).
It’s been a while since I last gave an update on my writing progress, mainly because I’ve not really done much actual writing in the last couple of months. That probably isn’t that much of a surprise to regular readers here. In fact, it would be fairly accurate to say it’s pretty much par for the course when it comes to me and my sporadic output. However, it’s not all doom and gloom, believe me.