Wednesday, 6 July 2011

WIP Wednesday - Are you done, Kathleen Fair?

Or maybe that should be titled, 'There's so much missing here, Kathleen Fair'.

The novellette/novella is complete at 14,537 words. Hearts, men and mirrors have broken, but fair Kathleen is the most lost of all.

Now to let it stew while I contemplate what happens in the bits between the bits or decide to lob off other bits.

The above was achieved with a little help from my friend, Freedom. Dude is a pain in the ass at times with his tough love, but in the end, when the universe restores, I appreciate his tenacity.

7 comments:

Simon said...

Good on yer, Catre. Freedom sounds... interesting. Might look into this one,e. Although at the moment I'm helped by the laptop I write on having lousy Wifi access. Just stick it downstairs in the kitchen and it won't detect a damn thing. :

AnthonyJRapino said...

I'm still not sold on freedom. Or, more precisely, I'm still not courageous enough to try it. :-P

Good luck with the edits/revisions/etc once she settles a bit.

Cate Gardner said...

Unfortunately my kitchen is like WiFi central, Simon. In fact, I suspect I'm an actual internet router and not a person at all.

Wimp, Anthony. Although, if you don't find the internet a distraction when writing then you don't need it.

Katey said...

Hey man, whatever it takes, I say! If it gets me more goodness to read, I am allllll for it.

I think that when it comes to writing short fiction I should use it. For some reason I bury myself in novels, but the short stuff makes me feel a bit like a ping pong ball. Hm, something to consider...

Natalie L. Sin said...

Good luck with your stew! : )

AnthonyJRapino said...

I'd have to actually be *writing* to get distracted from it. ;-P

Cate Gardner said...

A ping pong ball is an excellent description, Katey

I think the potatoes are hard, Natalie

:O Anthony