Only 10,000 words of Grim Glass Vein this week - the deflatedness of this sentence is brought to you by last week's rocking word count and not by the writer who is all woot about it and currently shining her writer's medal.
After a good few days, I've been lax today, probably because I've shifted heads and I'm not certain it works. I want it to - especially as this character is more of a troubled airhead than the first draft suggested. However, she may suffer the dreaded curse of the delete button in the final edit.I'm now about half-way through this draft and for the most part I'm happy with it. I'm hoping to send it out in April. I'm hoping it will crawl over the 60,000 word mark (YA). I'm hoping it's email folder doesn't start to smell too quickly. I'm hoping this one is the one. That's a lot of hope for one little book to carry.
*The blog post title is sponsored by my need to use the word, dastardly and the deletion of all adverbs from the first draft.