I’m gonna start this schedule this week for my writing and I’m also gonna start agent searching very soon, but before that I wanna have at least two novels and a half ready, and I’m almost there. I’m very happy to hear feedback from friends and people that have come up to me about Simon Berkley. Geez, man. I’m so happy. Lol. And I tell you the truth, getting people to react to your story is euphoric in itself. I’m pretty sure I will have four novels by the end of this year and I’m so pumped! I’m winning! Lol
I haven’t been able to write lately. After two novels (and a quarter) I’m kind of stuck. It’s not that I don’t know what to write about—it’s more like I have been on procrastination mode for a few weeks. Lol. Okay, I promise to get back on the grind. I have a wolf novel and two Fairy on the works, not including a super hero. I promised myself I would do this by June, let’s hope that by the end of June I can say I have a first draft of something.
Fixings and Junk
The first chapter of the Simon Eatyourserial.com! I’m excited. So far I’ve gotten great responses and I have to admit, I’m kind of teary-eyed. Lol. People are already asking for the next chapter and hopefully word-of-mouth gets out and we (EYS) become a big thing soon (whatever that is) Simon was the first to get posted (there are five stories in total by talented writers) and each week there will be a new chapter. Cannot wait. :)
Yesterday I had the opportunity to hang out with my best friend and I enjoyed myself a whole lot. We went to eat in a (cheap) but awesome restaurant and then we decided we were too full to eat anything else, so no cupcakes for us.
We went to Union Square—if you ever come here to NYC, visit Union Square, it’s full of diversity and fun—crazy ass people and dancing.
We were approached by this amiable lady, and she said that she wanted to ask our opinion about something.
We said, sure and she said she was from a British website that was interviewing normal people like us to get feedback on the wedding of the prince of England. I personally don’t know much about the wedding, but I was a fan of Lady D and so I just advised the prince on the don’t’s of a relationship and the do’s (which weren’t as fun as the do’s)
Let’s just say, the lady learned not to ask Puerto Ricans about foreign events. It wasn’t too bad—i just adviced the prince not to make the same “stupid mistakes” his father made. Lol. I thought it was fair.
Either way, my interview shows up on a random website about a subject I don’t really care about. The end.