As you may have noticed, the little bar graph on my linkblog that I used from last Fall through this past May to track my progress as I finished “TDR,” is now barely registering at all. That’s because I’ve reset it to track the progress of the new novel I’m working on as of now.
I hope to talk this week with my agent about TDR – how to improve it & how ultimately to market it to publishers, but while the slow wheels of the business of publishing turn, I needed to get back to writing – after all, that’s what writer’s do, right?
I don’t have much to say about this book except that I’m excited about it, as I always am when beginning a new project. It’s not the next book in the series that TDR is intended to start. It’s a stand alone book, and it won’t be nearly as long as the 140K word TDR – probably just half as long.
It is, which is a departure for me, a sort of futuristic re-imagining of a classic. Which classic, and how it has been re-imagined – well, that’s my secret for now…