Well, the good news is that Haru’s lump (see previous blog post) has gone down by a lot. I noticed it was shrinking but today I couldn’t even find it! The vet thinks it might have just been a swollen lymph node. The antibiotics really seem to be doing the trick, so I think he’ll be just fine. Yay! Color me relieved.
Anyway, as I mentioned a while back on Facebook, I am currently in the planning stages of my NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) book. I’m going in a very different direction this year. Rather than go with fantasy again (I don’t seem to connect to fantasy the way I want to), I’ve decided to try my hand at horror. This will be ah, interesting, to say the least but I have a couple of really fun ideas percolating. I guess you’ll have to wait until November to see which idea I end up going with! *wink*
I’m actually looking forward to this.
That being said, I’m probably going to take down my current novels soon because they’re both amateur drivel and I don’t believe I’m going to be continuing either of them as a series. The Lightning “series” is actually a standalone novel that I’ll be editing and compiling soon and it will see a new release sometime next year. My experiments proved less than fruitful and I have several suspicions as to why. As for the Calydon series, while popular with friends and family, I also believe it received less than stellar editing so I’m going to have to revisit it again in later years.
For now? Let’s see how I can handle horror, shall we?