Saturday, July 13, 2013

Progress Update: Camp NaNo and Other Projects

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I guess it's been a whole week since my last Camp NaNo report; been busy with author profiles and book reviews and of course the reveal of the amazing cover art for Beneath the Canyons, Book 1 of Daughter of the Wildings. Anyway, progress is being made; I'm working steadily through the last major revision of The Lost Book of Anggird, still hoping for an October release date, and the first major revision of Sarya's Song. Hoping to get that out to the test readers in, hmm, October or November? Sooner would be nice, but don't know if that's doable.

Here's the report on this week's Camp NaNoWriMo production (I'm writing Book 4 of Daughter of the Wildings):

7/6 - 1369 words; 8609/30,000
7/7 - day off
7/8 - 1475 words; 10,084/30,000
7/9 - 1523 words; 11,604/30,000
7/10 - 1741 words; 13,321/30,000
7/11 - 1712 words; 15,033/30,000
7/12 - 1888 words; 16,921/30,000
7/13 - 1328 words; 18,249/30,000

Silas quote of the week (being taunted by some very offensive people who accuse him of cowardice because he says he isn't big on killing people):

"I don't like killing people, because I've usually got better things to do," Silas said. "But it happens I'm bored right now."
And now, time to get back to work.

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