Really serious heart-to-heart moment in my book.... someone has just been killed and there's all this tension and moral stuff going on... and then I put this line in:
"I never knew my father."
I can't get through a serious moment without putting something funny in it! I just can't! There's a part in Part Two where they are being attacked by creatures that I describe as "lolloping." Not "terrifying" not "atrocious..." "LOLLOPING!"
Anyway, that's not my question.
My question to you authors is.... Do you have as much material for your books or am I just strange?
This is all my After the Twelfth Night stuff. On the very bottom is a folder with pictures/descriptions of the different characters, in case I ever get motivated to draw one or two of them.
Next is Part Two edited-on-paper. Above that (in the black binder) is Part Two waiting to be edited by Abbey and Mom next month.
Then on top of THAT is all my Part One stuff along with character descriptions and plots.... On top of that is Part One in book form (since I got it published after I finished writing it two years ago - never knowing that it would become what it is today).
I also have another notebook with the plot of Part Two in it.... amongst other things.
Do you authors have this much stuff for your books to? Or am I crazy?
Second question for everyone: Do you have any questions you want to ask me? About writing.... me.... my dolls... books... things that matter.... the universe... Just anything really.
I'm asking because it has to do with my secret project (which has now kind of evolved into a double secret project). So if you want to ask me anything - however irreverent it might be, ask away. =) It shall be answered in the future. Ask multiply questions if you want.
Back to editing now.
Live long and prosper!