I’m currently pounding out a project in order to add to the avalanche of e-books being published. It will be a novella made up of the Oso and Julia shorts I originally
edited wrote for this blog (mistake, writing too quickly). I plan to edit and add to these (mostly) unedited short stories. Why am I so fascinated with Oso, you ask? Why must I torture Julia by writing her into more excerpts? Ah, well, that’s a good question. I both love and hate my own aggressive nature in the same way I love and hate the character of Oso.
When I’m done with this elegant novella composed of patchwork pieces, I’ll continue editing the sequel to Anna and the Dragon. Yes, there is a sequel. I’ve probably mentioned this before, but here I go again. I wrote it two years ago, now, in the space of about a month. The protagonist is Anna and Franklin’s daughter, Rosemary, who has broken vocal chords and is mute, but can hear everything. The plot, once I’m done with it, will revolve around maps. Yes, those marvelous creations of cartographers.
I’ll try to write some random goofiness from time to time on my blog. But, honestly, I’ve got projects, people. I ought to make some diagrams and charts to map out my progress. I might. I might. Everything is all about maps, charts, and completion. This is it. If I can’t pull off great feats now, I never will.