The fun part is over now (writing) and the less fun part (editing) begins. Time to start cutting and pasting and rewriting and editing and pulling hair and . . . Well, you get the idea.
I knocked out 1384 words tonight to reach the end. The first draft's final count is 24208 words. What the final count will be won't be known until the day I submit it to kradical, but I know where I'm starting from.
This is a good feeling! Done with plenty of time to edit unlike usual where it's panic time to get some editing done before submitting it. :)
Now, according to James MacDonald's BIC theory, here's where my life starts to get a little weird between now and July 15th. See, BIC time only counts if you're doing new work. SO, if I follow his strategy, I should be editing Coventry on my non-BIC time, while I'm doing on a new project during my BIC time. We'll have to see how that goes. It might be easier to do that if I was a full-time writer and not working at a day job.
Then again, getting back to working on Harbinger or one of the other projects I've been kicking around would be a good thing too.
Music listened to: Maynard Ferguson - Chameleon
Web Site of Note: Nick Pollotta's web site. Author of many fine works of science fiction, fantasy and insanity (Hey, if you can figure out a better way to explain
That Darn Squid God, more power to you. All I can say is, if you haven't read it, read it!