Well, I know it's been forever since I've posted on here. After my long break in the job market, I've finally landed a job -- courier -- and it PAYS me!! Anyway, since I've had some idle time while cruising America's freeways, I've had lots of time to start thinking of plots again for my favorite character(s). As a result, Chapter 9 of Call of the Valkyrie is currently being produced.
After re-reading the entire story arc from Stolen Innocence, and Call of the Valkyrie, I've decided that I'm going to rewrite the story, probably combine both stories into one book, and remove some of the ... tartness (lemon stuff) from the story. I must admit being slightly embarrassed about some of the things I wrote on paper! At any rate, the title will be different from the original, but readers should be able to recognize the story, yet feel a new story unfolding. I'll probably also include the third (unwritten) book in the story arc to complete the story.
I'm once again finding an easier time writing in third person again, and after reading Ah! My Goddess!: Haloes I've come to realize that I really need to expand my writing vocabulary so my stories and dialog doesn't seem so... boring and over used. So, right now, I'm on chapter 9. After re-reading chapter 8, I really changed things up, with the plot. Chapter nine will be the beginning of a climax in the story. I promise a fight or two, and probably by chapter 10 or 11, Skuld will have a doozy of a decision to make. I was really hoping to have that kind of a decision in Future's Blessings, but so far, I haven't been able to come up with anything. Planned writing just doesn't seem to work very well with me -- not to mention that writing by the seat of my pants is quite fun and interesting. :)
I'm still working on chapter 2 of Future's Blessings for anybody that's really interested in that story. I haven't gotten too much feed back from it, so I really don't know if anybody's even interested in it. But then again, there is only the one chapter that's been published.
Oh, which brings me to a thought before I forget: Apparently, some people found my Stolen Innocence story recently, and have favored it. It's quite a nice feeling to know that people enjoy your work enough to not only comment, but also favor a completed story -- well Stolen Innocence is complete anyway.
And now that I have some idle time sitting in various parking lots, maybe I'll finally sit back and actually watch Ah My Goddess: Fighting Wings. LOL