Yesterday I spend some time looking at half written manuscripts and first drafts. Guess what? There was something in the pile that didn't make me reconsider my whole career as a writer. The gem I'm talking about was last year's NaNoWriMo project--the only NaNoWriMo session I have completed so far (not counting the camps or the dearly departed Script Frenzy, of course).
Before I could change my mind, I put the project on the top of my revision list. It's getting the full I-love-you-I-hate-you-I-wish-you-would-die editing and revision process, and hopefully you'll be able to read it soon. I would love to tell you what the title is, but that's one of my major hurdles on this project. There's no title. There's already half of a cover design, but still no title. Yes, if you stalk my NaNoWriMo profile page there was a tentative title, but it sucks. Big time. However, if you are itching to get your hands on something, I can slip you a short synopsis. Ready?
Lindley Neil knows nothing but her small town. When her job as a
photographer's assistant takes her Los Angeles and New York, Lindley is
having the time of her life. She also meets a handsome man in
each city who are both falling for her. Love is in the air, but which one will she choose?
Yes, clearly the synopsis needs revamped too, but I'm working on it.
It's really nice to have clearly defined goals. I'm glad I have one to concentrate on.