So, you may wonder, what am I up to these days? The Shed is where you can find out what's on the bench, what's on the shelf and what may happen next. Right now I've finished the final editing of Stone of Destiny. I've drafted my next novel, The Polawski Demise and am giving it a rest with a plan to start the heavy first edit in January. I'm also writing short stories, and surprisingly my first effort at flash fiction won an award this year at Quills, the annual conference of the League of Utah Writers.
In other news, I wrote The Polawski Demise using Scrivener, which is writers' software, not known to be particularly easy to learn. But I've gotten over the initial hump and love it. It allowed me to work off of my outline so easily that I knocked out my draft in less than three weeks during NaNoWriMo, an annual write-a-thon where writers encourage each other during the month of November to get those words out. It helped that my chapter of the League of Utah Writers had a retreat where we all were cranking out cool stuff for our readers. Until Happy Hour anyway.