A3Writer: The next step
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Thursday, October 16, 2008

The next step

     The blog will be receiving an overhaul as I believe I truly have found my sky. I'm going to start shifting it around so it reflects projects I am writing, so the overall look will change somewhat drastically. I may even make different sections that will reflect different types of writing. I will continue to post up my word counts along the way, and I hope to also put up some short stories relevant to my novels.
     The first of these stories I will begin some time next week will involve my PI character and examine the dangers of creatures in confined spaces. The story itself will not have an actual mystery element, but rather elaborate an incident I reference within the first novel, which will be done shortly. Speaking of which, I'm going to put up a small poll where I ask for votes about the title of this first work.
     I believe, after having already sent off one proposal and nearly finishing another novel, that it is time I hunt out an agent to help work out who to send these manuscripts to. I'm not sure if I will get to this before NaNoWriMo starts, or if I'll have time to look into it while in the midst of that flurried novel writing, but I shall try to do so, as I don't want my Dream Children to be abandoned when I can bring them into the world.

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