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Snippet Sunday

Hold on to your hats, folks. You are going to get an actual writing snippet this Sunday.

Thanks to excessive prodding and no little abuse encourgagement from frigg, I have dusted off my Witherwilds file, as you may have gathered from my post on insomnia.

About two years have lapsed since I worked on this project, so there is quite a bit of dust to clear off files and out of the corners of my mind.

My plan is to proceed with the rewriting of the opening of book 1, hopefully reach a stage where old stuff can still stand, and then turn my attention to completing book 2.  But more than anything, more than setting goals, lofty or otherwise, the plan is to keep working on it.

Sola’li slipped out of the courtesy lodge before dawn and smiled to find Open City engulfed in mist. She could not have planned a more perfect help to her morning’s business. Patting the low bun she wore in hopes of being mistaken for a songless woman, she peered up and down the street. Overly cautious was better than caught. Movement across the way made her pause, hand still to her hair. She shifted deeper into the shadow of the lintel.

I also finished draft two of my nonfiction picture book.

Oh, and I made Junebug a pair of shorts. 


( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
Aug. 23rd, 2015 07:24 pm (UTC)
So, so good to see words from Witherwilds again. Go-go-go!

AND a draft fo the picture book AND a pair of shorts.

You *rock*.
Aug. 24th, 2015 07:58 am (UTC)
Thanks for the encouragement. :D It helps me keep on keepin' on. ;)
Aug. 23rd, 2015 08:20 pm (UTC)
Very nice. I love it!

And congratulations on the second draft of the picture book.

And shorts, too! You are so industrious!
Aug. 24th, 2015 07:42 am (UTC)
I hope I can continue to be industrious. It feels good, and I love to create. That physical manifestation of creativity is really a boost, isn't it?
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