And We’re Done
It’s clocking in at 78.5 thousand words in the first draft. After editing there will be some added and some taken away. After beta-reading there will be some added and some taken away. And after professional editing there will be some added and some taken away. I was initially aiming for 80K, but it’s okay to fall short a little. It’s still the longest book I’ve completed. The Edge of Darkness clocked in at 52K (in one month), and Dadewalker and Darkwalker both clocked in at 70K (I won’t tell you how long I worked on those babies for, because it’s embarrassingly long).
I’ve also had awesome feedback from voters on the poll for naming Storm Front #6, and even though the poll is still running for a few more weeks I’m pretty sure I know what the new name will be.
But I won’t tell you yet because it’s a secret. If you haven’t voted yet, please do! It’s so easy: look, I’ll even link you right here so you don’t have to go looking for a link.
Posted on June 3, 2012, in On Writing, Storm of Blood (Storm Force #1) and tagged books, Camp NaNoWriMo, Fiction, Literature, NaNoWriMo, Storm Front, Urban fantasy, Writers Resources, Writing, Writing process, Young-adult fiction. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.