What a week it has been for Brain Cell. It is on overload.
I have rewritten the opening to Ripper, My Love. This in turn has altered a few other things, [you know the domino effect these things have], anyway I am happy with the result.
Research for Ripped Genes is going great. I was sent a family tree link offer from a company, and they were sharing immigrant information videos from the late 1800's for the weekend for free. I waded through quite a few and gleaned little tidbits from them. It was fascinating and far better than paying $49 for the full thing. Free always makes it that bit more special, don't you think?
I wrote a few more words on [close your ears] Vanity Express [yuk, still hate this title].
NaNoWriMo planning was another project I played around with during my spare time.
While I was typing away, Brain Cell must have been bored and went off on a journey of its own. It tends to do that sometimes.
It came back with Chewy Chester Davies.
Well I said the exact same thing. It turns out he is going to be the POV for my children's book.
|Come Back Brain Cell!|
WAIT RIGHT THERE BRAIN CELL!
I do not write children's books.
What do you mean by-well you do now?
This year you have had me writing one novel, starting another, trying out first person for a 50,000 word challenge, writing a romance with a title I HATE and now you come at me with a kid called Chewy Chester?
I'm walking...no sorry Brain Cell you have pushed me over the edge now. Who is this Chewy anyway? Where does he live? Does he have any pets? Is Chewy really his name? What does his mum do for a living? Does...
OK, I'm in, I will write a children's book...one day. Happy? Good now go away while I read throught this manuscript I have been honoured with reading for an Important One.
Brain Cells...Who'd have 'em?
PS: If you have recently become an Important One, could you please leave your blog ID. It appears that Google does not always share the blog links when I click on your profile pics. I would love to visit your home of blogging too!