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To write WARPAINT, I have to change my schedule — 17 Comments

  1. When you are about to close the classes from the forum format, you’ll give us notice as you did with HTTS, won’t you? At least, that seems like the way you would handle it. I’m just making sure. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Chalk me up as another “hurray” for your priorities. Both because it feeds your writing soul and because it gives me some time to work through the legacy classes before they go public. I’m only beginning in HTTS, but I want to do both HTRYN and HTWS before they go public, so this gives me a bit more time! Yay!

  3. I did a little happy dance for Warpaint; your teases have really gotten me looking forward to it! (I’m just going to have to build a little padding into my NaNoWriMo schedule so I’ll have time to read it!)

    May your fingers fly!

  4. Well… coming in late on the HTTS and wanting to get all the Boot Camp and Clinic material. I was wondering if you could maybe finish the Cadence Drake series and start another series(just a couple books). Just so I can get caught up is all. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Seriously, Good luck Holly. May your flow be like Niagara and your fingers be nimble.

  5. Holly,
    Wishing you a month of 2000+ words a day and NOT ONE headache.
    No guilt. Guilt is a hideously useless emotion. Enjoy your process and thanks for sharing it so wholeheartedly.
    -Sharon

  6. Holly, go for it. I WANT Warpaint! Apple wasted enough of your time. And like some others, it’ll give me time to find funds for HTRYN.
    Blessings

  7. Good choice, as always! Just remember you started this path so you’d have more time for your writing. Since the process has not panned out that way, you’ve re-prioritized and shown us again that we can change things if they’re not working out.

    I’m hanging out for Warpaint, so thank you.

    I also think you’ve made a wonderful choice because I’ve been saving up to buy HTRYN before it moves … I like the forum-style of HTTS and how you can see at a glance what you’ve bought.

    And remember everyone — you can still get HTRYN here where you’re part of a caring group!

  8. Holly,

    Get on that horse, ride it (remember, focus, keep left. GO LEFT . . .

    With that intention, you’ll hit the finish mark in Tharrrump-time and crash through the finish gate with all of us in the grandstand cheering you on! Do what you have to do; you do it well. The rest of us learn from you by watching and reading about someone who walks their talk; no matter what you’re doing, why, or how. Go Girl. (Love your colors!)

  9. Dayum, girl! You may think that you’re setting lessons aside for the rest of us, but by setting your priorities and being honest and open about it, you’re still teaching us. Git them words wrote…we can wait for the rest of the lessons!

  10. Yes, Holly, publish the Cadence Drake books! I’ve been holding off buying a used copy so I can buy it directly from you.
    Plus that will give me a little more time to scrounge up the funds to get into the HTRYN course before it goes public. : )
    Thanks for all the hard work you do! I love your lessons, your HTTS and HTWAS courses really get my brain working when I’ve hit a slump (or even when I haven’t.)

  11. Holly, go for it. And we hope you’ll keep us posted from time to time, just cos, you know, we love ya. Happy writing and may your fingers fly over the keys at warp speed. :o)

  12. I wish you fluent fingers! That schedule looks, well, scary. Adventurous. …If you get done early can we buy it sooner? ๐Ÿ˜€

  13. It doesn’t surprise me that you’ve had to readjust your schedule. When you first posted how you were redoing the classes, it sounded like a very aggressive schedule. And I couldn’t believe that you were putting off full-time writing for over a year.

    Writing has to come first. Your schedule still looks aggressive, but it’s certainly doable–barring migraines and other stuff life throws at you. Looking forward to the publication announcement for Warpaint.

  14. Holly,
    You go for it. I will buy your novel that day, but won’t start it until December 1st! NANOWRIMO! I can wait for HTTS updates and HTRYN until 2013!
    Write on,
    Rob

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