Another day of building the fix for the HollysWritingClasses.com website.
And then a day of coming in late, and tired… and falling into the story.
I did not know that today was going to be the day one of my secondary villains came out of hiding. Or that the various things this character has done would pick TODAY to… er… roost like chickens.
I might have chickens on the brain (my daughter has taken up raising them).
But I stepped into the story distracted by work problems, by stuff that hangs over my head that isn’t any fun… and the story kicked me in the shit, howled “Pay attention…”
And then did weird, interesting things.
And I got good words and lots of them.
1,334 words for the day, 82,047 overall.
I’m closing on the end. I don’t know what it’s going to be — my outline went out the damn window some ways back like … like a chicken eyeing a big vat of boiling oil (now I want fried chicken)…
And now I’m thinking blogging while hungry is a bad idea.
I’m near the end of Book 4.
Something today changed everything.
My MC has a new enemy. A new way of seeing not just her town, but her time since she arrived in Ohio.
And until I’ve slept on it, I’m not going to know exactly what changed, or exactly what effect it’s going to have. But I’ll say this: Tomorrow should be really interesting.