I’ll be wearing my green today, and Guy is going to make green pancakes for dinner. Yum. It’s the small things that make traditions that mark the years, and we have some weird ones.
Yesterday, the work FINALLY started to come together, and I’ve just about fixed the continually issues that moving the bit of magic from chapter one to chapter six engendered. My conclusion? I like what I’ve done. The beginning is a bit faster, I tried throwing something right out on the table instead of taking several chapters to get to it, which I thought might be anti climatic but actually increases the tension. The entire beginning makes more sense. Rachel is being smarter AND more stubborn, and Trent actually looses his temper. All in all, a good bit of changes that address my editors concerns one way or another. Now it’s just wash, rinse, and repeat for the next 400 pages, and we’re good. (ha!) My ending needs a lot of work, but the next few hundred pages will simply be tweaking.
I’ve got a link to a radio interview I did last week. I can’t get it to work on my machine, but Guy can, so here it is. You might have to scroll down a bit, but just look for the bright blue cover. Mario Acevedo has one, too for his WEREWOLF SMACKDOWN. ;-) Enjoy!