It has taken me a considerable time to get all my pawns in place for the real problem of the book. The problem they will have to face. Yes, as any good writer can tell you, it is a lot of work to prepare all the misery for the characters in a story. However, once all that is in place there is no stopping the story. That is where I’ve come. Sabas and Reny don’t know what’s in store for them. I do. At least most of it, because I’m the kind of writer who likes to leave some surprises for myself as well.
This is one of the slowest Nanowrimo challenges ever for me. Usually I write at least 4000 words per day for Nanowrimo. I’m far below that average and that’s fine with me. The story’s getting a great boost and that’s important.
I am also working on another project, in Dutch, which cuts into the writing time for Nanorwimo. Usually I woudn’t do this but this is a project dear to my heart so Nano has to suffer. But now onwards. More words. More pages.
More troubles for everyone who lost their way and found themselves in the new book!