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One week left for the Heroines of Space Opera Bundle! Grab it now before it’s gone forever!

So last week I wrote the last 190 words in English for now, and started on the Italian story, throwing in 6380 words. Most were around the weekend again, since during the week I was busy wrapping the Immortaland Dragons.

Now I even formatted all the books, the only thing left to do is upload them! πŸ™‚ Book 3 is coming, so stay tuned. And thank you for whoever already purchased Book 1, I hope you’ll enjoy the ride.

I’m currently writing near-future, non-space-opera sci-fi, and considering how things are going in the real world, it’s not the best place to explore, so I hope to get back to fantasy soon. Unless I come up with a new space opera saga with a space-faring Earth meeting aliens! πŸ˜‰

In theory I have a couple of alternatives, but I’m sick of recycling old stories. Even re-reading them is painful, and I can still see the “movies” but I’m probably the only one who can, so… I guess I’ve changed, both in the way I write and in what I write!

There’s no going back, so onward! Have a great week!

3 Comments

  1. Victoria Zigler

     /  05/10/2022

    Yep, forward is the way to go. And people visualize things differently, so if you see the movies there’s nothing wrong with that. It might be because you have more luck watching movies than reading as a rule, so your brain is used to stories being visual things. Just a thought.

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    • I used to see movies… then I started writing screenplays, because I thought it would be easier (hint: it’s not), and then I went back to prose. Now I changed my way of writing, and I rarely “see” movies anymore when I write. I might be more prose-geared, but sometimes it feels as if I have lost my vision in the process… dunno if it’s clear, it’s not easy to explain! πŸ™‚ Anyhow, change is normal, so I’m not going to complain, just taking note of the change and move on, right? πŸ˜‰

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      • Victoria Zigler

         /  05/10/2022

        Right. Chalk it up to growing and evolving as a writer and move on. πŸ™‚

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