Last month was fairly easy. All I had to do was revise Come to the Rocks and outline season 2 of Murderville. Which I did.
But that left me with time on my hands. Like two weeks worth of time on my hands. Which meant that I needed to find a way to occupy my time. So, I ended up revising “Take the 55 North” for the Simon & Schuster challenge on Prose and then revised and posted another, related story called “Items Left Behind”.
And then I proceeded to drive myself crazy trying to come up with something to enter into the Writer’s Digest Annual Contest. I ended up writing the first 15 pages of a new script called Stateline, which is a rewrite of a short story I did years ago and decided that was the winner. Okay, not winner, but the one that I felt had the best shot at earning my entry fee back.
And then I wrote a little short story that’s set in the Murderville universe that’s going to serve as the teaser for next season. But you’re going to have to wait (and pay) for that.
This month is all about writing Murderville season 2 and hopefully giving it a title.
And because that’s the only thing I have planned to do this month, you know what happens if I finish early.
It’ll look like May all over again.
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2 thoughts on “June Writing Projects”
I’m crediting you for the fact that I’ve now got an idea to tie in with the story I posted for the Prose challenge. You started this so you get the kudos.
That is fantastic! I can’t wait to read it.