I’m plugging along on the novel I’m outlining, working title ‘Girlie’.
Yes, my working titles are terrible. I never settle on what I want the final title to be until I’m done with the novel, and then it’s a battle.
The inspiration for this one, that I didn’t save because I’m an idiot, is from a tumblr writing prompt. Two kid play marry on the playground only to find out as adults that the marriage is binding. I made the love interest fae for an explanation of why it’s binding, but that’s where it started.
Then it headed off into the weeds with alacrity, and I have to figure out what’s going on.
So, I’m 3/4 the way through a tentative outline while I try to decide if it’s worth writing.
In book two revisions for ‘Murky Water’, I just finished sorting out my plot threads, subplot threads, and what I need to cut.
So here’s my highly exciting Kanban board update:
I got to cross off lesson #4 from Holly Lisle’s How to Revise Your Novel class.
It’s not that exciting from your end, but that was about five hours of progress, so I’m pleased!