Untitled Project

Untitled Project
The Legends of Light video… my first attempt. I got up at three in the morning due to pain. So I checked my emails, went on Facebook and Twitter and made it to half five, then got bored. So here is what I did for an hour, went on to Animoto and made a video for Legends. Not bad for a first attempt if I do say so myself. Now all I have to do is stay awake until I can get the kids off to school. *YAWN*

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I’m there. I’m not sure it’s any different from here.

Yesterday was the day I’d been waiting for. The day my book was published. The Legends of Light is now available to buy. My e-book is a reality. So I’m over the moon right? I’m dancing on air and shouting it to the world… right? Well no, not really. I’m wondering what to cook tonight. Yesterday I rushed out during the dry spell and cleaned up after the dogs (I know, too much information). I’m wondering if there’s enough washing for a full load and deciding that if I don’t look it won’t exist.
So what’s going on? This is something I dreamt of, this is IT as far as a writer is concerned surely?
What I’ve discovered is that the thing that gets your heart racing (only a little, hopefully), the thing that gets you excited and up in the mornings, is writing. Creating something out of nowhere, getting involved with your characters, getting to know and love them, even the evil ones. Once the book is written then that’s it, unless you are doing a sequel or a prequel or an offshoot or some other quel or shoot, you need never see those people again. It’s like being on holiday, you make new friends, you have so much in common, you are going to keep in touch no matter what. Then when you get home you never hear from them again and you don’t mind.
At the moment I’m still typing up Altair Jones’ story, I’m editing my horror poems, I’m starting a book with no name yet and I’m wondering if I should do a short story as a lead in to my next published work… Endings. Oh and I’m doing pizza tonight, it’s quick, it doesn’t involve lifting heavy pans and there’s only me and youngest at home. And it doesn’t take up so much of my life if I do quick and easy meals. I’m never going to write a cookery book that’s for sure.
http://greyhartpress.com/our-fantasy-stories/the-legends-of-light/