Back in December, I finished the rough draft of Waking up Jack Thunder, a contemporary sci-fi thriller about a shy scientist who ends up sharing his brain with a bad-tempered secret agent. I set it aside for a month so that I could read it through with fresh eyes.
Over the last few weeks, I've been focused on organizing the website and Yahoo group for The New Jersey Authors' Network, an idea I had to help writers get together to sell their books at multi-author events throughout the Garden State. More on that another time, right now it's time to get back to writing.
When not working on the Network, I spent some time sifting through my 'ideas folder' to choose my next novel - decided to write a regular thriller, Dobson's Choice. While I work on the outline, I also need to keep pitching my first novel, Fur-Face (YA urban fantasy, currently pitched to Firebrand lit - courtesy of a headsup from my friend, Neal, dqg_neal ), do some revision on A Union of Snakes (medieval sci-fi), and of course, do the rewrites for Jack Thunder.
I can't wait to get started