Yesterday I hit send on an email to my editor with my fifth Tourist Trap book. I sweated the deadline on this puppy as I had hip replacement surgery mid November. Coming into December, I had about 15,000 words done out of 72000 I ended up with to finish.
I worried about finishing.
I worried that even if I finished, would the story come together.
I worried I couldn't write on my laptop in my living room.
But it came together. I love the story and the role one of my characters, Aunt Jackie is taking on. I love watching the characters come alive and the little whispers I get when I read an interaction. Like seeing a couple notice each other and start to fall in love.
My next book I'm doing really bad things to a really nice person. And frankly, I can't wait to get started. (insert evil laugh here.)
South Cove is becoming more and more real to me as I write each book.
Today I started a long overdue novella to finish off The Council series. Then I'll be back in South Cove, causing havoc with my character's lives.
But right now, I'm taking a mini break and relaxing. Time to heat up some apple cider and eat junk food because I finished a book.
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