Saturday, August 23, 2008

I did a bad, bad thing...

What bad thing did I do, you ask? Well, with Chancellor's Bride hovering near the midpoint and an October deadline looming, I went and started a new project last night.

2000 words in. Planning for 40k. WTF am I thinking??!!

That is all.

12 comments:

Madame Butterfly said...

I don't know what you were thinking but you can keep thinking it, cause I'm sure it's gonna be a doozy. :D

I think when you're in a creative frenzy, you have to go with what's turning you on. I'm sure you'll get back to Chansellor's Bride in enough time to get it all done.

For us readers though,it's all good. Whatever you can write to feed us hungry people will be gobbled up.

my word verification: fixem I'm on a roll on your blog with the word veri's.

laughingwolf said...

NOT a bad thing... silly? maybe ;) lol

Aislinn Kerry said...

BAD KIRSTEN! BAD BAD KIRSTEN!

(I made a special trip to Starbucks so I can connect to their wifi and BUY HEALER'S TOUCH YAYYYY!!! I am so reading this on the drive home tomorrow! ... or maybe in bed tonight. *G*)

kirsten saell said...

LOL, MB! I'm not quite in a frenzy yet, but I was pleased to bang out those 2000 words, let me tell you. Even if it isn't the project I'm supposed to be working on.

Oh, but I am bad, laughingwolf. Very bad and very silly, and shameless enough that I don't feel remotely guilty, either.

Hey, Ais! I missed ya! Oh, I think you definitely want to read it in bed. Or in the bathtub. *ahem*

laughingwolf said...

oooooo hubby know that? :O lol

Aislinn Kerry said...

Yeah, I ended up reading it on the couch last night while all the kidlets were in bed and the grown ups off at a concert. Definitely a good thing I didn't wait until the drive home.

Also, if the new project just so happens to be around a certain apothecary and his lovely assistant, I take back everything I said. You ARE going to write a book about them, right??

kirsten saell said...

Hehe, laughingwolf, the hubby knows all.

Glad you found a good time to read it, Ais. And the new project is a f/f prequel to Crossing Swords. I was thinking of doing a free short for my website featuring that apothecary and his assistant, tho...

Seeley deBorn said...

Naughty, naughty girl.

No more elves for you!

kirsten saell said...

Hey! That's not fair! I like elves.

laughingwolf said...

hmm elves DO get a different perspective of the human world, being eye/nose level to most human privates! :O lol

kirsten saell said...

Hehe, laughingwolf, this particular elf is rather silver-tongued. And she's a very eloquent speaker, too.

*whistling innocently*

Seeley deBorn said...

LOL Actually, as the world develops... literally silver tongued.