Well, here we are starting the second week of NaNoWriMo, and it looks like I have to throw in the official towel. I can't get my constable and werewolf (and their eventual third partner, a demon) out of my head, so I'm going back to their story. I'm hovering right around 67,000 words and editing some before moving forward to wrap it up. I got just a little over 7000 words in on the story I was trying to write for NaNo, which isn't bad for a week that started late. I'm not really disappointed... I'm not stopping writing, just going back to the story I'm the more emotionally invested in.
On the upside, I bought some cool writing music for the story that's been set aside and went and found a couple of disks that had gotten lost in the pile. I'm pretty happy about having new writing music.
My new CD's: Eyes Open by Snow Patrol, Stop All the World Now by Howie Day, and Uppers & Downers by Fisher--none of which I would have discovered without You Tube.
So with that said... time to get back to my Victorian age werewolves! If I'm unable to find a publisher, I will be putting it out myself (but really, really keeping my fingers crossed. At least the list of publishers of m/m romance is short enough that I can get through it in a reasonable time and make a decision which on why I'm going by the end of next year. One way or another, it's a good story and I'm really excited to be getting back to working on it.)