Yes, I killed that fruit fly with my bare hands. Snatched it right out of the air. Ninja style. Be impressed.
For my next series, I'm just going to do a deep dive into the worldbuilding/game mechanics before I write anything. The pain continues! I have some WILD excel formulas to create my auto-updating skill descriptions. Pretty neat. :)
I am officially done with Sarah's first draft. Woot! 124k words, 41 chapters, 3 epilogues.
I used to think that execution—how well you wrote an idea—was more important than the idea itself. But I don't think that's the case. I think this is a situation of wanting it to be true and finding that the premise—so long as the execution is okay—is the real bread winner.
A female peacock is a peahen. Interesting…
Board games got canceled, but I already started making my homemade fries. That's a lot of fries… Challenge accepted! Nom nom nom.
Am I the only one who writes down all of their pertinent information—birthday, address, phone number, etc.—before calling support? I just know they are going to ask me to verify something and my brain will shut down. "It's your birthday, sir." — "I said I don't know it!"
Every time I find myself diving deep into Amazon, searching for a specific book, my Dungeon Runner 2 novella is suggested as a book I'd like. Well, I can't disagree with their logic…
I just grabbed a new domain for a long-term, passive, and very inexpensive strategy for promoting my books. Let's see if I can launch the site before I die of old age… I learned a lot with my author site. This should go faster! ;)
Ended this writing experiment with 6,907 words for the day (down 13 words in my cleanup pass that has barely scratched the surface). I came up with tons of new ideas while writing. I like the direction the story took, but these are not clean words. I'll need to edit/polish. :)