I am so close to the end of The Devil’s Shadow, I can practically taste it. Taste is probably the wrong word, but I’m at that point in the story where I can see how the whole thing unfolds in my head, and if I could manage to sit and write without being disturbed by pesky things like food, sleep and using the bathroom, I could probably finish it in one sitting. But since I do require all of the above, I think I’ll probably be done by the end of the week. Fingers crossed. A good thing too. The characters for The Devil’s Due are becoming more and more demanding of my attention.
As well as finishing up The Devil’s Shadow, I’ve been hard at work putting together my website, which I hope to launch in the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned for a launch date because there will free books a plenty for the first week.
As is often the case when I’m deep into writing, I do very little else. I’ve been reading the same to books for about a month—maybe longer—one at the day job, one at home. The day job book is closer to done than the home book. I read for about a half hour at lunch. I think when I finish this book, I might take a break for a few days and catch up on reading, socializing with friends who might be wondering if I dropped off the face of the planet.
I have, however, managed to get out and enjoy the nice weather at least. Yay, for laptops!
Okay, back to burying myself in my story. See you all when I emerge next. Hopefully, I will have just typed ‘The End.’