During the month of November, I will be once again taking part in National Novel Writing Month. It’s my sixth year in a row of participating and I’m looking forward to it. I’m putting revisions of The Wendy House down for the month to begin working on a novel that’s been kicking around in the back of my head for awhile. I talked about it a little bit earlier this month over at Kristen’s blog.
I hate to give too much information out at this point, in case I make changes (because that’s what I do), but I can tell you that it takes place in Maine (shocker!) and that the two main characters are a recovering addict and a comic book store owner. And that they don’t fall in love.
Shannon Yarbrough of The LL Book Review has asked me to contribute a bi-weekly commentary about my progress at the site. Look for updates every Monday and Thursday during November.
Also happening in November, as I mentioned a few weeks ago, is the Kindle Boards’ Read With The Author Klub for Waiting For Spring. The link to the discussion forum is here. If you’re not already a member of Kindle Boards, please (please, please!) consider signing up and participating! I think it’s going to be a lot of fun.
Finally, I don’t think I’ve ever posted any links to where you can find Waiting For Spring at Amazon UK. That was pretty dorky of me. So here they are:
I was thrilled to see several very positive reviews there, including one from Helen Smith, author of the amazing novel Alison Wonderland, and another that called WFS “a cracking good read!“
2 thoughts on “November Fun: WFS Book Klub and NaNoWriMo”
Great review by Helen! And not just because she mentioned IWS, either. (But how cool is that!?)
I know it!