I did it. I fulfilled my New Year’s Resolution for 2013, and made 2013 The Year That I Wrote. 365 days, every day I wrote. And it was AWESOME! So no. This is not the end. This keeps going. I won’t be tweeting every blog entry, but I will be blogging daily. And I will be writing. Each and every day. Forever, if I can manage it. 2013 was the year that I wrote. 2014, now that’s going to be interesting.
Tomorrow I plan to write a summary of my year of scribbling. Today I planned that out. Watch this space!
Crossing the narrative streams. Setting up the gang for the final big heist, I think. Now I just need to get the characters out of the mess they’re in, move them on to the stage, and then I get to be Clever. I do like trying to write Clever. I believe that the best heist stories are like whodunnits, now it’s time to put that to the test.
Once again my heroes are in trouble. Serves them right, really.
People eating breakfast, then riding in a taxi. Nail-biting stuff.
Back into it. Chapter 41 of who knows how many. Think I have some idea where things are going right now, though, at least.
Bit of a break from novel writing today, to put a sci-fi spin on a Christmas classic. Tis the season and all that. Christmas Eve in Space City 1
Hello scribbling. Earlier today, I did some novel writing – about a thousand words about people visiting a highway rest stop, because I am all about the action. Then I forgot to blog it. And now, despite it being very late and me being slightly drunk, I am blogging it. Because I am a week away from completing this insane resolution I came up with about a year ago, and I don’t want to fall at this last fence. This has been the best New Year’s Resolution I’ve ever made, and I’m planning to finish it off, and then keep going forever.
Some conversations in a car. Tis the season for travelling, I guess.
Next two chapters re-planned to take account of the sudden blossoming of a minor character into a major one. And another chapter planned ahead. I think I can see the light out of this forest, now. Barely.