A Familiar Place and Old Friends
Book four of my Kindred series, Blindsided, was started sometime last year. About thirty thousand words in, I had to shelve it for more pressing projects. I put it away with reluctance. The story was virtually writing itself, and I hated leaving my world of The Kindred.
I am now ready to finish Blindsided. Of course, I had to reread what I had first, making a few corrections and tweaks. There's so much happening in this installment I needed an outline to keep myself straight. Once I got a workable timeline, I could see the story a little clearer in my mind. All I have to do now is sit down and write. What I wouldn’t give for the luxury of staying at home to write all day. That, sadly, is wishing for the unattainable. At least, for the next few years. So, I make do the best I can, saving my writing for my five days off. That gives me ten days a month to devote to writing. Immersing myself into my world of warriors and Promised Souls is my ‘happy place.’ It’s a lot like going home.
I think you’ll enjoy the story I bring back with me.
Until next week,