After working for three weeks to complete an outline for this year’s NaNoWriMo, I decided a change of track was needed. The outline for the Viking saga is just too big to handle in a competition like this and is going to need a different approach. This is why I have decided to add to my Charon series with a prequel, given that the back story alone has enough material to fill a novella. You can thank my editor for persuading me not to put it in the main story.
I’m going back to the bet that landed all the gods in the mortal realms until the end of time and having some fun with drunk gods, Romans, Battles, Sarcasm and some shameless cheating in the process. Hopefully, I will not take until May next year to finish this one, and it may only come to about 40k once edited, but I am hoping it will be a really good wheeze and as much fun to write as Charon Unguarded was: there are two more of those in the early outline stages too by the way.
If you haven’t already gathered, I like to dip in and out of my own projects with abandon, but I do eventually finish. I’m close to finishing my final round of self-editing on Charon UnGuarded which is due for proofreading in December, and beta reading and formatting at the beginning of January. Right, I need to get back to it before my editor catches me hanging around here.