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The Ageless: A Milestone

Image of the Ageless Universe of books and short storiesThis week marks a milestone in writing The Ageless. So even though I know I said I wouldn’t blog much about my own writing habits, I want to record this for my own sake. If this isn’t your cup of tea, next week I’ll be back with interesting topics in the science fiction and fantasy genres, or you can follow me on Twitter or Google+ for cool SFF stuff in between blog posts.

Otherwise, forge ahead!

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    Blogging and Writing Look So Easy

    This may be one of my last posts on my writing for a while, as I’ve finally realized (only took three months!) that’s not what my future audience is really interested in. I’m not trying to speak to other sci-fi and fantasy writers, but rather other SFF readers. This whole blogging thing takes more thought than I thought. Surprise!
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      As you can see from the writing calendar, we’re eight days into the new year, and I’ve only produced 3,000 new words in my science fiction novel, The Ageless. Not that word count is really how I measure success, but still. This week has presented some interesting challenges. Perhaps by documenting them, I can learn from them and use this as a reference point on future books.

      Makeshift hut

      Makeshift hut by Kristian Dela Cour | Flickr

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