Well it’s that time of the week again, Monday. Actually I am starting to look forward to Mondays because I have decided that they are going to be my update days. I already posted the newest installments to The Broken Scale and also to The Clash of Land and Sea. But enough about that, if you are here reading this Blog post then I can only assume that you already know about the updates. And no, I will not being telling you what happened to Draek and Hayden in this post, you will have to wait until next Monday for that.
So what do you guys want to talk about today? We could talk about what I am reading right now, what I am planning on reading. What movies I have seen or want to see. Or I could release book 2, The Clash of Land and Sea.
Ok, for real though. I really do need to release that book. I have been holding back on doing the detailed proof read and edit of the book because, well, I have been busy. What little bit of writing time I get I spend working on book 3 and doing some impressive work with book 1 (We will talk about that later, maybe next Monday). But I need to get the book out because I am sure you guys are ready to know what happens to your favorite dragons and their riders.
On a side note I am about to finish another semester in college and next semester I get to take a creative writing course, which is going to be amazing… I hope.
Alright, enough random rambling. Let’s get down to business, to defeat, the Huns.
So writing, let’s talk about it. Something that I want to bring up and ask you guys is about outlining. Do you outline? I am really wondering who out there in the writing world outlines before they ever start writing and what are you writing. One of my teachers is a poet but she says she never outlines. I, who writes young adult fantasy novels, do outline. Stephen King said in an interview that note taking and outlining are great ways to immortalize bad ideas. He said that if it is an idea worth writing about then you will write it and have no need for notes or outlines. Not sure I agree with him but hey, he is Stephen King so he can same pretty much whatever he wants. Like banana hammock.