Writing the first chapter is so strange. Introducing Cat and Peter… I’ve lived with these people for a decade, it’s against my nature to INTRODUCE them.
but I am up to chapter 25. I feel better. I hope it’s coherent, I’m so very tiredd…
It’s Mother Daughter write-in day at Kaldis!
Don’t mess with Peter. Cat will harm you.
Writing at Kaldis today… or at least I’m trying to. Various degrees of success. I think I’m about to hit a stride though!
Brushcasters studying… kinda.
Writing at Kaldis but just about to leave. I’m jumping about the book and messing with little parts instead of addressing the big problem I face. It’s making me feel better. Seriously considering changing the big problem back to how it once was when it kinda worked and letting the publisher figure out what’s wrong with it.
I think I’ve decided the Lynn/Michael ship is called the Wave Ship… ‘cause he’s wind and she’s water.
Anyway, have a WaveShip dance party b/c I’m listening to dance music and writing at Kaldis.
I’ve evolved from napkin drawings to openCanvas doodles now that my laptop case is big enough to tote my tablet around.
I’ve also been drawing a lot of Lynn lately. I’m editing her portion of the book, so she’s featured pretty heavily. She’s pretty fun, so I don’t mind.
“Behold my wetness!”
Back at Kaldi’s today, although I’m feelings a little ill and kind of depressed. It’s because I’m so tired, which probably has a lot to do with the “little ill”ness. I’ll be here all afternoon though so hopefully things turn around.
This is Cat taking a moment after running for her life. Her friends are safe in the back of the wagon, but only just barely. She’s bemoaning how really bad she is at this whole “world saving” thing.
Writing at Kaldi’s. All I had on me was a silver gel pen… which is extraordinarily bad for drawing on napkins. Have Peter smirking at grumpy Aiden, anyway. Aiden’s dealing with a lot of heavy emotions… he expresses it by pouting and hating everything.