Well, when it was all said and done, this move to WordPress was mostly painless. It was just a lot of copy-paste time and me complaining about having to do it in the first place. But, it’s done. And I’m quite pleased with it. As you can see by the top bar, I’ve even updated the Nellis V Project.
I’ve opted out of putting the archive up here. The archive was mostly for my own use anyway, so I doubt anyone will miss it. If you DO miss it and you demand to have all of my research up there … well … email me. We’ll talk.
I am pleased to say that Deviation is in the hands of one very wonderful, beautiful, perfect Beta Reader. This means that the book is currently out of my hands and I can breathe. I got everything done with it that I planned to have done before classes start on the 22nd, so that’s a relief. (Yes, I really CAN stick to a deadline. Even self-imposed deadlines.)
Since Saboteur is in the hands of the publisher, this means that the only thing I have to worry about (aside from getting ready for school) are the works in progress. That would be Dead Magic and Usurper. Dead Magic is priority. It’ll be done in December (another self-imposed deadline) regardless of school. I can write two-thousand words in an hour, that’s how I know it’ll be done. (Just imagine what I could do with a full 8 hour day doing nothing but writing?)
Story Bibles! For the first time ever, I’ve had to build a story bible. This is probably because sequels are still a new thing to me (meaning I’d never written one before Saboteur). But now that I’m neck-deep in sequels I understand and see why the story bible is so imperative. I mean, I really don’t want to give the wrong colored eyes to a beloved character.