Well, maybe not ambitious, per se. But I have soooooooooooo many projects I want to finish.
So I'm trying to write two books at the same time.
The first book is my November Book Month book, which I decided on a whim. I even changed what book I was planning to write at the last moment. If you go to my Book Month Page, I have the title Snaked.
I've ignored the Book Month stuff, and I'm just doing it on my own.
The new title is I Live Among You, and it's written in first person, and the tag line is: "When the Devil is your client, you've got trouble."
Basically a serial killer P.I. is hired by the Devil to fight a extra-dimensional invasion. (Cthulhu.)
I'm writing it for fun, just letting anything come to my head -- so far, Linda seems particularly fond of this story, so I'm hoping that will continue.
At the same time, I'm writing my third Virginia Reed novel.
The hard part is getting into the separate fictional dreamscapes. What I'm doing is writing I Live Among You first thing in the morning, no later than noon.
Then I take several hours off, at least three but preferably five or more. I do something completely outside of writing -- errands, sorting books at the Bookmark. Then around 3:00 or 4:00 I drive out the the Badlands, which gives me a nice psychic break, and get started.
I must admit, it's hard to do. I've managed it for two days.
Question is -- is it better to keep each story fresh by writing no more than 2000 words each, or would it be better to stick to one book, but write more words?
Not sure yet. See how today goes.
2 days ago