Guess what? Notice the progress bar over to the right? Go check it out.
Well, not really. The first draft of The Denouncer is done. I guess the real work has yet to begin, but it feels good to have that part finished.
I’m trying to be good, and let the novel fester for a while, but I find myself already picking at little bits and pieces. I know it needs a lot of picking. I know there are vast passages that need to be re-written, but I want it to sit for a while before I get back into it. I’m thinking I can hold back for about a week. Maybe two. It should be more like a year, but I’m an impatient bastard and want to publish the damn thing.
I’ve started to plot out the second (and last) book for this series. I suppose it can be called a duology? Anyway, this first book is told primarily from Andrés’ (my main protag) point of view, and the second book will be told from Lorena’s (the other main protag) point of view. I’ve come up with a great ending, so now all I have to do is get all the characters there in a timely fashion. It should work out.
While I’m hashing that out, I plan to start writing what will probably end up being my third novel, Dragon’s Jewel. That story is still ever-present in my mind and I can’t wait to start it. Maybe I’ll do that next week, too. (Joking, of course).
That’s it from me. Today, I plan to go do a little happy dance with my hubby and dog to celebrate this small milestone.