Today is November 1st. The day when I need to sit down with a careful outline and pen out the first 1667 words that will be my NaNo project.
It's amazing to me that this journey through the Kingdom of Fraun that began with Breaking Eselda has come so far.
But I also participate in a challenge over on Instagram (@authortabathashipley) where I draft a poem based on a prompt and post it up same day with very little editing.
Today's post is going to be short because it's an easy answer. What am I excited about? Getting the sequel to Breaking Eselda out there in the hands of readers. I've been talking about it for awhile, as evidenced by these two tweets from June. Basically, it's good and it's almost ready. I cannot wait.
You asked how many of my old blog posts were secretly (or not-so-secretly) about Breaking Eselda or the Kingdom of Fraun series as a whole.
One of the questions I keep getting asked since publishing Breaking Eselda and 30 Days Without Wings is what did it take to get published? Well, buckle up, because I’m gonna break it down for you.