I don’t know why I even create a plot line for these books. I spent a bit of the weekend and a lot of yesterday creating the plot line for Sanctuary. Again, I don’t even know why I do that as the book seems to speed away without my control once I start. I sat the past few days and plotted out the this and then that thing. As with the previous books in the series, those items I come up with disappear or happen entirely different than when I sit and go through the book outline from a mind perspective. It’s like someone else is writing and I am only the conduit for them.
Okay, maybe it is just me and amazed at the flow the books take as I begin writing them. I have to have those outlines before I become comfortable sitting down at they keyboard but, once I do start pounding away, the story leaps out. I am taking a small break in the writing to type out this blog. The story sits waiting patiently, well, perhaps not so patiently, on a tab at the bottom of my screen. This last hour since starting the third book in the series has seen the first 1,200 words flow onto the paper/screen. it is calling and begging for more.
Yikes, maybe I need either more or less caffeine. I am still startled and amazed by the response for the first two books. I want to thank you so much for the wonderful support you have given. It has taken off beyond my wildest dreams. I could never have imagined such a favorable nor large response. This may sound like a huge cliche, but, it is for you, the readers, that I am writing. I want to share this story running through my head. Feel free to drop by and leave a message or say hi, either on here, the amazon pages, or FB.
I wish everyone a happy Tuesday and hope all is well!