February Felicitations

Yes, that was a ridiculously obnoxious title but it alliterates. And I like alliteration. 🙂 There was a small clerical error last week where I completely forgot that the day I sat down to write my WIPpet was in fact Thursday, not Wednesday. This new time zone thing means I do have to get my act together a little more. I can no longer afford to whip something up Thursday morning and be content that it’s still Wednesday somewhere. Such is life. Fortunately, I have Tuesdays free of classes so, if I get my act together, I can prepare a lovely little post for you to enjoy. Which is what I’ve done this week.

But before we get to the WIPpet bit, here’s a quick update of what I’ve been up to, writing wise, in the last two weeks. 🙂

I mentioned I had a new project towards the end of last year and I’ve finally been able to sit down and write character synopses. I needed a while for them to just sit and stew in my head though, before I committed them to paper. I’ve also tried something new (to me, certainly not to the world of writing) and begun a proper plan for this project. yes, you heard right. A plan! Woo! An actual scene by scene plan. I guess miracles do happen. As this is the most I’ve planned for any project before, it will be interesting to see how it affects my writing process.

So, onto the WIPpet! *triumphal horn playing*

As it is the fourth, I’m going to share four words. Yeah, I know, I’m a meanie. But these aren’t just any four words. No. These four words form the working title of my new project and provide as much of a glimpse as you’ll get until I get past the planning stage and actually start writing.

So, here you go. 🙂

Sorcerer. Soldier. Healer. King.

As always, theories and wild speculation welcome in the comments. 🙂

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9 thoughts on “February Felicitations

  1. Denise D. Young says:

    Only four words? I want to know more. 🙂 (For the record, they were an intriguing four words.)

    Like you sometimes I need to let an idea marinate for a while before I’m ready to work on it. This happens with revisions as well as new projects. I have a WIP that is currently on hold, but I think about it daily and learn a little more about my characters and the world each day; I’m just not ready to dive into revisions yet.

    Good luck with your writing! Hope to read more of your WIP soon.

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