So what now?
Well, editing for sure, but I've set that aside momentarily to give both myself and my characters a chance to breathe. What's the saying? Time away makes the heart grow fonder, right. hehe
I also have several of ideas I'm toying around with. Dragons, witches, shapeshifters and plain old folks in a contemporary that could use some editing. Right now I'm thinking it is research mode time and then we'll see how it goes. :)
How do all of you writers out there decide what to work on next? Flip of a coin? Which character screams the loudest?
I've added another bit from my Gypsy Wolf below. Meet Edmund.
Have a great weekend!
Edmund trailed behind the little princess and her posse of giggling girlfriends down the darkened paths surrounding the worn out circus. This was a security nightmare. A risk he was not thrilled about taking, but what Princess Gillia wanted, Princess Gillia usually got through any means necessary. She was the only daughter of their pack leader, spoiled from the time of her birth and a royal pain in his ass.
This little stop had been her idea. “It’ll be fun, Eddy,” she’d scolded, using the hated nickname she’d given him years ago. “Relax a little, would ya. I want to know about my future.”
“This is not a good idea, Princess, there is danger here.” The air held a scent. It was familiar, yet not. It raised his hackles to be anywhere in the area, but again Gillia had played the bitch card.
“I’ll tell daddy you’re being mean!” As threats go, it should have meant nothing, however, the pack leader gave his child everything she desired, including Edmund’s head on a platter if so requested. So here they were, about to allow some old gypsy woman to delve into their hearts and minds, to swim in their secrets. Oh hell, he hoped this woman was a fake, because if she sensed their wolves, he’d have to kill her.