So I finished The Thousand Words Series, moved on to finish Desperate Wishes, and ran into, well, life. That's okay, life happens. It's good to be on your toes and it's better when the day to day is broken up with genuinely interesting distractions. Right? That's my position and I'm sticking with it. Even my blog is suffering with all the new interesting things I'm discovering. As I mentioned before, "interesting" is how I describe things that make me want to swear. Also, it generally refers to something teenager-related. Occasionally my interesting days can be traced back to the cat, but Darth Jingles is usually merely entertaining.
Desperate Wishes took an unexpected turn when I continued writing it. I went back to set it back on track and it took more or less the same path. At that point, the story is what it is and I have to just go with it. No one dies, or hasn't yet, so don't worry about it. Sometimes trying to fix things just makes it worse, especially when a genie's involved. Who knew?
In other news, a friend accidentally convinced me that The Lexi frost Series and Thousand Words Series might benefit from a slight change - editing to give them a PG rating. Huh. It was just a gentle reminder that, while she liked the story, not everyone wants explicit scenes in their reading list. Okay. So that's on my list of things to do as well.
- Excerpt from Never Ready(The Lexi Frost Series Book Four)