Written by | Posted November 19, 2013 – 4:46 pm Deconstruction

Bad things are happening in Stormwind – and beyond.

The Hand of Lothar, they call themselves.

Yva Darrows was their first target.

Tirith and Aely were their second and third.

They have since… expanded their reach and escalated their methods …

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Earth to Anna…
comment 2 Written by on November 9, 2009 – 11:18 am

Radio Silence for a bit due to mittens, NaNo, and my mom’s birthday. NaNo was going along well until I decided to do some last-minute knitting for a gift, so today is back on the writing-wagon for me. I was ahead, so hopefully I can catch up. And if I can’t, well… meh? I’m not allowing myself to stress over this anymore, especially as the book I’m working on is something I’d like to actually pitch at a publisher at some point. (Certainly not in it’s newly-minted, unedited, full of suck state, of course)

Apparently though, all this crazy caused me to miss a bunch of totally awesome RP this weekend. Darn. I don’t regret making the trip back to see my mom at all – if anything, I get to watch as Arrens attempts to explain to Aely how he managed to end up in the Stockades while she was up in Hillsbrad dealing with Jolly’s things. Sometimes /not/ being there can be as much fun as actually being there.

As for dealing with grief, I’m trying to work up some in-character conversations (and at least one argument). Planning an argument in advance is a little odd, I guess, but I hope it’ll work out!

*disappears from radar to go write some more*

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2 Responses to “Earth to Anna…”

  1. Woot! I’m super happy to hear that you’re hopping back on the writing! It’s easy to let interruptions become stop signs, and I applaud your desire to keep going! Very motivating for me, as well. <3

  2. All the NaNo participants in my RSS reader make me incredibly jealous I wasn’t able to partake this year.

    I hope the novel goes well, Anna. And I agree with you; finishing and commitment is important, but having a workable manuscript is even moreso. I’d buy your book when it’s published.

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