A blog about our adventures becoming a published Indie Authors. Here you will find advice, humor, and stories about what we've learned on our journey, along with books reviews, as well as great advice from other authors we've met on our journey. It's a long road, but the things you'll see and experience along the way can be very interesting.
College has been keeping me pretty busy so I haven't had as much time to post anything about writing here. I hope to do so soon, after this weekend specifically. I've got 3 tests coming up next week, 2 on Monday and 1on Thursday, plus an on-line exam for the weekend. Whew!
In the meantime I've posted another piece from my horror/sci-fi/mystery novel at my other blog. Hope you enjoy it gang.
Just a quick post here. I put up the link where you can read another scene from my horror/mystery/sci-fi novel "The Bridge". I'll be posting here about writing again soon. I'm using the other blog mostly to post samples of my works, both completed and still in progress. I hope you get a chance to check them about.
I have a Writer's Page on Facebook, where I post whatever progress I made on my writing. So the other day I looked at several of my recent entries where I talk about how much progress I was making. I was counting how many words per day I had written and this sounded really good. But when I went back to the novel itself it felt like I hadn't made a lot of progress after all. This puzzled me exceedingly so I started to think about it. As I did so my eyes focused on the novel in progress and I spotted several areas where I needed to fix a problem. That's when I had a "Light Bulb Moment", I was editing while I was still creating the first draft. Not a bad thing in and of itself, but I had been doing this almost constantly. Each day I'd go back to see what I had done when I left off in order to recapture the mood and the moment and I wound up doing bunch of 'repairs' before moving on.
Now don't get me wrong, it's important to make sure th…