I think it's safe to say that most fiction writers are dreamers. We talk to our imaginary friends in the shower, sketch out maps for our make-believe worlds, learn to speak our own fictional languages, and develop wild histories that often don't even make it into our finished manuscripts. So naturally, we imagine equally fantastic circumstances for our futures. And today, I'm going to share my top three author pipe dreams with you.
I've been hard at work on Prisons of Purple (the second book in the Color Code series) these past few months. And because of that, I've been cutting down on the number of posts and updates on the blog section of this site. But don't worry, I'll still be posting on the third Tuesday of every month.
Whether you're participating in the official NaNoWriMo or not, November is National Novel Writing Month, and for many people, that means setting a writing goal and sticking with it. Of course, by mid-November, more than a few people have fallen off the bandwagon, or maybe even missed the boat all together.