So It Goes

Earlier this year, I noted that there might be times when the Wednesday Wanderings would be shorter than usual.

Writing Pens Dry

To my surprise, despite having met a lot of my aspirations – including producing new editions of my out-of-print novels Smoke and Mirrors and When the Gods Are Silent as ebooks; writing 150,000 words on a rough draft of a new novel/novels; starting a new Firekeeper novel, and writing some new short fiction – I’ve usually managed to write a fairly long Wednesday Wanderings piece.

However, I have a lot going on right now.  I’m working on the final production stages of my forthcoming novel Asphodel; doing cover art and proofing for the new e-book editions of the original Firekeeper novels (which will include short original essays on some of the aspects of my writing the series); and, of course, writing new material on c.

So this is going to be one of those weeks where the Wednesday Wanderings are brief because, while my life is intense, events of late don’t make for great anecdotes.

I encourage you to send me questions about what you’d enjoy hearing about over the next few weeks.  I always enjoy answering questions.

Now, off to find the purple spiral notebook in which I’ve been writing the new Firekeeper novel (working title: Wolf’s Search) and start scribbling!

3 Responses to “So It Goes”

  1. James M. Six Says:

    Question: Do you naturally write at short story length or novel length? If both, you’re lucky. If one or the other, how did you train yourself to write the other length?

  2. futurespastsite Says:

    These WWs are still fun at any length.

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