I finished the elves the other day. Yay me! It needs some editing (duh) but it is complete. Which makes me happy.
I planned to finish the vamps now. But to be honest, I don’t know if it’s even worth it. Vamps aren’t really selling anymore-there are a few pubs still interested, and they’re the ones I’m targeting, but I’m just not sure. Part of me thinks I should start one of my new projects and just focus on that.
But which one? I have a total stand-alone. I have a medieval that is very, very loosely connected to another medieval. Then I have a trilogy.
Part of me thinks I should work on the stand-alone first. It’s a fun idea and I’m excited about it. But the trilogy has been simmering in my head for a couple of years now, and I think it’s pretty good, but there are a few plot issues I’m still unsure about. Of course I’d resolve those first, but still.
Also going to work on a couple of subs for EC’s 2007 Cavemen antho. And a few novellas-my subconscious is fleshing those out as we speak. Or, you know, as I type and you read.
Anyway. I’m going to keep working on the vamps for the moment, because the rest of the book really is so clear in my head. I’ll see where I am in a week or so, I guess.
But hey, I finished that damn book. Thank the Gods.