I am feeling pretty good today, a little over 2k words into the second chapter. I find that setting myself little writing goals helps me out tremendously. My goal is at the least 1,000 words a day. A chapter a week for us, maybe even two weeks. We don’t want to burn ourselves out or let our ideas get tired and cranky. We want to nurture it slowly, and raise it right. We started out with just a little idea, broke it down to characters, and now we are taking it chapter by chapter. Hell, I don’t even think we know our true ending yet.
Writing is easy once you have something to work with, it’s keeping track of all the ideas and twists that becomes a pain in the butt.
I sat last night listening to Nessa type away at chapter 2, sometimes clarifying why something happened in my story the way it did, or my thoughts on what will happen next. After she was finished writing we started getting on the subject of what was going to be happening in our story. I realized something. We were looking for the book to go two different ways to, not just end the story, but tell it. This was our first real clash as collaborating writers. This being said, we had worked side by side for years in World of Warcraft, as either guild officers, raiders, achievement hunters or near the end Co-leaders of our guild, this wasn’t the first time we had ideas that clashed. We both are passionate about what we think, regardless of what anyone else thinks of it. I was starting to think, after our disagreement, that this might be over before it started. That’s when I thought back to every other time we had ended up tell each other off, I gave it about an hour then messaged her to play League of Legends. We did, and we made a few seriously awesome comebacks. It was great!
Wow! The Liebster award! This post has been brewing for a couple of days. It has been a hell of a weekend and I am glad that I have a belly full of chicken and some headphones on because this is going be to one doozy of a post.
We are so happy on how this blog is flourishing. We would like to say that it isn’t is, but it really is. We just pour my thoughts onto the paper (Eric more forms words into imagery) and people click a little button and tell me they like it or give me feedback. For us, it is that simple. This is our first blog award and we are just happy that people like us. Thank you again, Plotting Bunnies (http://plottingbunnies.wordpress.com/), for nominating our humble little blog for this!
Without further interruption. The Liebster Award. For those of you not acquainted with my friend, Google, I would be happy to tell you more about it. The award is propelled by the powerful blog community and awarded to the blogs that are underrated and really great. The blogs must have less than 200 followers. You also get this adorable trophy to display proudly for everyone to see!
The award comes with a few rules, so listen closely people:
List eleven random facts about yourself.
Nominate eleven bloggers for the award.
Let them know about the nomination.
Ask eleven questions for the new award winners to answer.
Answer the eleven questions you were asked when you were nominated.
So, If I have nominated you. Congrats! I love your blog. I hope this award inspires you the way it has Eric and I. We wish you all nothing but the best! Keep writing, because at least ONE person loves your blog and wants you to continue to write.
::cracks knuckles:: OK! We have some work to post here. I hope you all enjoy!