||[Feb. 6th, 2006|06:51 pm]
purchas. This morning I wrote the final line of |
Over the next few days I will be posting the concluding episodes and doing some revision on what has gone before (stylistic revision- nothing that affects the plot)
Then I will take a break.
But I'm already thinking about the sequel, which is going to be set in the 1530s.
When does the mini-series air?
2006-02-06 11:01 am (UTC)
waaaaahhh I'll miss this :(.
Which is why there'll be more of it....
Somebody better have slipped the elixir to the right person and slipped in a wax dummy in the church of the Gray Friars, if he knows what's good for him.
Hey, I have no control over what gets slipped where. The characters tell me what they want to do and I just go along with it.
And that, friend is the magic of your writing. Any writing really, but yours is superb.
Thank you. You're very kind.
Wow. That's a really amazing achievement, and I hope you are glowing with pride right now, because you really deserve to be. And all done under public scrutiny, and I calculate within little more than a month, as well! Pity it wasn't in November, so you could have counted yourself a NaNoWriMo winner. Well, perhaps that would be the perfect time to start on the sequel? ;)
I do hope you'll take it to the next step once you've completed your revisions, and send the typescript to a publisher.
Ailz says she wants to send it to a publisher. I'm going to let her.
I've had a great time doing it and I don't really want to stop. I have the opening for the second story, but until I start writing it I won't know what happens next.
This morning I wrote the final line of purchas.
Congratulations! Tell me you are looking into publication.
I'll be looking into it.....
Oh! Do let us know if you do get this published. I would LOVE a printed copy of Purchas the novel! ^____^
Many congratulations. This is such an adventure, with a surprise every day. And unique and fun.
I need to rest my brain before I launch into the second story, but part of me would love to plough ahead regardless.