My Indy Journey – Day 15 Stats

Posted On Jul 15 2014 by

Okay. I’m at the one-quarter mark of this two month period. Remember, the goal is to write a first draft in two months. One book will get two months of plotting, two months of drafting, and two months of editing. By working three books at a time in rotation, I should be able to produce six novels in a year. That’s the theory! So today’s stats: Drafting Now I Knew You: 1400 words written. 23,300 words total (of 80,000 target) Editing Camp Dogs: Through scene 56 of 93. Will complete my edit by July 31st, then send off to the pro editor. Plotting Scorpion …


The Nomadic Writer

Posted On Jul 15 2014 by

I have this fantasy–and, as always, don’t tell my wife I wrote this–and it involves me, my Macbook, a trailer, my wife, and about a million square miles of unexplored (by me) territory. It’s the impossible dream. My mobile office on wheels would have most of the comforts of home. Which, to me, means a refrigerator and a bed. It would have an electric awning, maybe the cool outside kitchenette, and, oh, I don’t know…USB ports every two feet or so. And she must be wireless internet ready. What would I do with this dream trailer? Well, we’d leave the …