I just crossed the 20,000-word line! I don’t know why, but it is thrilling every time I reach this point. I could write 100 novels and I would still be excited at every milestone. It really is a beautiful process.
I’ve sort of been buried in the writing cave these days. Not only have I been writing Diving Into Him, but I’ve also been working on prep for The Nanny with the Skull Tattoos (more info about that here). I also started a part-time temporary job for the season. (Going back to retail has not been as torturous as I feared! I actually really like the company I’m working for.) If you’ve been wondering why I haven’t been as active lately, that’s why. It’s probably going to get worse as the holidays get closer, because I’ll be cooking and spending more time with family and working and writing. Heh.
But don’t worry. I’m taking good care of me.
One more thing: Are you reading these chapters? Do you like them? Do you want me to post more? I’m trying some new things with blogging and want to give you stuff that you actually like. Please comment and tell me what you want!
The following is an excerpt from a work in progress. The manuscript is raw and may contain typographic errors and other issues.
WARNING: Diving Into Him is a New Adult romance intended for adults 18+, due to sexual scenes, substance and drug abuse, and other New Adult themes. Reader discretion advised.
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Jett snorted. “You’ve got to be kidding me.” She glanced at Koty. He eyed Perry with all of the enthusiasm of an exterminator staring down a cockroach. She tapped her lip, considering her options. It wasn’t as if she had many. She needed a bassist, immediately. Even if Perry wasn’t being dramatic, going head to head with King Riley would keep her motivated. It would be a fun challenge. She turned back to Perry. “We’re going to be at Malden Street Studios tonight. Meet us there.” Giving him the address, she marched through the front door.
“Whoa,” Koty called after her.
She jogged down the front steps. Quickening her pace, she hurried away from Perry’s apartment building.
“Hold on.” Koty caught up with her. He shot her a perplexed look. “Why did you invite him?” Continue reading