I am sooooooooo excited this check in! WOOOOOOO!!!!!!!! Can ya’ feel it? Can ya’ feel the excitement? Just incase you don’t here are a bunch more exclaimation points just to drive it home!!!!!!!
But seriously, I am really excited because I have figured out everything that is going to happen in Faylinn’s Chronicles.
Even down to the Very Last Entry.
It just all snapped together in the shower Friday night. (For some reason I get good ideas in the shower/bathroom, anyone else?) I wrote down all the important parts. Those little jewels that pop out at me like a living movie in my mind. There is a HUGE twist coming. HUGE. And the ending is probably not what anyone even would remotely consider. So, of course, I LOVE it.
Even though I’m nervous as all get out that you guys won’t like it. But it’s her story and this is what she’s telling me is going to happen. Did I mention it’s HUGE? And completely planned out? WOOO!!!!!
In other, less exclaimatory and caps lock news, I wrote out my Dice Games challenge for Monday which was a sci-fi prompt. Have I mentioned I don’t really write Sci-fi? I don’t even really read Sci-fi. So this really was quite a challenge for me. I think it’s okay, I wrote under 500 words with a 1k cap so I didn’t even really stretch very many muscles in the process. I had consdiered not even doing it, since writing and Flash Fiction are supposed to be Fun and this was becoming Un-Fun. So I just ended it kinda short and sweet. Check it out tomorrow if you’re around and let me know what you think. (p.s. It’s really not very Sci-fi but there are aliens(-ish).
I didn’t get much writing done this week but I think the breakthrough with Faylinn is definitely worth the lack of word count. I’m actually thinking this would be really cool story in comic form or graphic novel. Especially with the new developments coming. I wish I was a better artist. I’m reading The Four Agreements by don Miguel Ruiz and still chipping away at Legacy by Mary Stewart before diving into some fellow ROW80/Indie books; Red by Kait Nolan and Highway to Hell by Alex Laybourne and Cancelled by E.A. West. (If I had realized Legacy was over thirteen hundred pages I’d have started the others first.)
So, it’s Sunday, I’m doing nothing which is marvelous. Tomorrow is my birthday. And I’m super excited about the next installment of Faylinn.
Now to just sit down and write it.