Look! Look at it! Link
Isn’t it beautiful. The Kindle version will be available sometime next week, anyone that donated through gofundme will receive their copies soon(ish.)
I didn’t have it in me this month/go around for a daily entry so I’m gonna update every week! Pretend I posted this yesterday/last night!
Weekly Word Count: 8932
Total Word Count: 8932
I’m a little ahead of schedule (if you pretend it’s the 8th anyway, and not the ninth.) I’m still working on an unrelated story, it’s going interestingly so far. The working title is “The Necromancer’s Daughter” and I don’t know much more than that.
Good luck everyone! We’re still really early in the month if you haven’t started or have fallen behind your goal so get to it!
Oh hi readers, long time no see. This is actually not entirely a post about War of the Sisters, it’s Camp NaNoWriMo time and this month I’m doing something completely unrelated to WOTS because that’s just how I roll.
I don’t know what this story is about, I’m just gonna write and see what happens. I know it’s fantasy, and that’s about it.
Day 1 Words: 1328
Total Words: 1328
See you lovely people tomorrow!
Day 21 Words: 1656
Total Words: 39438
Not a whole lot to say today. Playing catch up so to speak. I wanted to win by the 25th but I won’t w/out some catch up days.
Favorite line for today:
“If you think that hurts now, bitch, wait until tonight.” She laughed and twirled away. This fight was her dance, and she had been aching for a partner.
Let’s squeak right by here at just about bed time. Hello, dear readers! I hope your April is treating you well so far! Don’t forget, today is the last day you can edit your goal. Things happen, if you’re not gonna hit that goal you set on the first, go edit it!
Day 19 Words: 1298
Total Words 36140
Now, I believe it’s time for bed. 🙂
Favorite bit from today.
“No, I don’t accept that. I’ll give you my body, because I’m curious, because I’m excited. Because I want something more than this.” She gestured to show the room they stood in. “More than my tiny apartment and job that isn’t even worth the pay. But my soul is an entirely different matter.”