So, I’m supposed to be working on Slayers Three. And I will. Just as soon as I get off the internet. I don’t know why I’m having a hard time with it–but I partially blame it on my the-girl-who-hears-demons, no-I-don’t-have-a-real-title-for-it book. I’ve written nearly 50,000 words on it now (around 200 pages) And in the meantime Tori and Jesse haven’t even gotten through their first scene together.
But here’s what’s happening in the story:
I based Willow (Ryker’s cousin) on my middle daughter, who loved the first book of Slayers. She hasn’t read the second book yet, so I told her I’m killing off Willow. This presents a problem for the characters since Willow becomes vital in the climax of the story. But oh well.
I also told middle daughter that Tori wouldn’t end up with the guy she’s voting for. Yeah, I know–you never knew authors decided plot points this way, did you?
(This may change if middle daughter reads said book.She apparently has time since I’m writing really slowly.)
I just have one tiny thing to write on the demon book (so I don’t forget it) and then I’m back to flying superheroes. (Of course, writing one tiny thing is the way I reached 50,000 words on this book.)