I’m breaking my no-blogging-on-weekends rule by adding my contribution to the Work in Progress blog hop. I’m breaking a chain letter commandment here by only tagging one person. If you want to link up yours, though, you can comment on this post. Here are my answers:
1) What is the name of your current WIP?
It’s changed three times, but at the moment I’m calling it “Lower Education.” I suck at titles, so it’s likely to change at least six more times.
2) Ready to do a cover reveal?
Nope. I have no idea what would go on the cover. Maybe a chicken.
3) How many words are you into it?
4) Goal word count by the end of the week?
I don’t even want to go there. I only work on it on the weekends, so if it’s a good weekend, I’ll get in 2,000 words. If not, I might be as low as 500.
5) Goal word count for the entire manuscript?
I don’t operate like that. I think it should be around 75,000, but I really won’t know until it’s done.
6) What genre does your work in progress fall within?
General fiction, though I suspect that it might get lumped in with either Romance or Women’s Fic because it has elements of both (even though those aspects of the story aren’t the point).
7) When would you *like* to publish this project?
8) Go to page 5 of your manuscript and pick a sentence at random to share with us!
Phin stuffed down the urge to sneer. “I’m a little surprised to see you here.”
9) Will this WIP turn into a series book?
No way. It was never meant to. When it’s done, I’ll work on something else.
10) What has been the hardest challenge in working on this WIP?
Time. Distractions from other projects, including this blog (which is my main writing).
11) What has been your favorite part of working on this WIP?
Creating my main character. I love him. He’s a jerk, but he means well.
12) Any special treat planned for when you finish the final draft of your WIP?
13) Tag three people to complete this WIP meme!
Cheating here. I’m only tagging one. So if you want in, comment here.
You’re up, Travis.