Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Endless words

Argh, I still haven't finished Bloodhound. It's just over 100,000 words and I still have a lot to write before "the end." On the other hand, that's how Bell-Men was too. Endless. But geez, I've been writing Bloodhound for almost six months now! I don't think I've ever taken so long to complete a book. I have a three-day weekend coming up; maybe I'll just push through and slam out all the words, and fix them later.

Of course, since I've been browsing deviantART with an eye to finding an artist I can bribe--er, pay to make me a cover for Evil Outfitters, I may not get any writing done for weeks. It's as addictive as TV Tropes. Well, almost.

10 comments:

Danielle Ferries said...

I love browsing deviantART as well. And good luck with Bloodhound. I look forward to the luxury of a three day weekend where I can devote all of my time to writing. I may have one coming up in June :)

K.C. Shaw said...

After this weekend, I won't get three days off in a row until September. I just hope I can use it wisely instead of spending it playing video games and watching movies.

Aaron Polson said...

deviantART is a dangerous place. But fun!

Good luck finishing Bloodhound.

K.C. Shaw said...

Thanks! I shall write and write and write. Maybe not today, though. :)

Rene Nightingale said...

You are very talented and passionate about writing, so I know you will finish your next masterpiece in progress.

Thanks for the deviantART tip! I am so embarrass I've never thought about looking for artists there. LOL

K.C. Shaw said...

I keep finding artists I love, only to notice that they're, you know, professional and very expensive to hire. At least I have good taste.

Natalie L. Sin said...

There's nothing wrong with writing long : )

K.C. Shaw said...

Good thing, or I'd be arrested. :)

Conor said...

That's great that you're almost there, KC. I know it'll wrap itself up soon enough and you can commission a really cool cover then. Good luck!

K.C. Shaw said...

I plan to write all weekend. I can do it!