This page does not contain any promises, because nobody can be absolutely certain of anything they will do or what will happen, but I would like to offer you some idea of my writing plans and progress.
I’ve written a romance novel for NaNoWriMo 2020, and although each post is fairly long, please feel free to save them to your computer to read later. I would also love it if you shared the following link with your friends, family, and neighbors.
Here is a list of my weekly blog topics. It came into effect on August 1, 2020.
- Monday is haiku day.
- Writing Wednesday is all about the writing process, writing advice, and writing itself.
- Writing Prompt Thursday
- On Fridays, I post a short story or part of a longer piece of fiction.
- Sunflower Saturday used to be Previous Post Saturday.
- On Sundays, I post a short story or part of a longer piece of fiction.
- For short stories and story parts, please go to my short fiction page.
Wounded Bride was published on January 23, 2020. It is the first novel in a series. The second novel will be called Hero Worship, but there is a twist. One of the characters in it has published a book, and this book will be mentioned during the story. To make it more interesting, I have written that book, which will be called My Little Lie.
I was hoping to have a polished draft of both of those in 2020, but I’m now thinking this might not occur until some time in 2021.
On December 1, I’m going to start revising my NaNoWriMo novel from 2019. For more details, please check out this post.
I’m working on a children’s book and recently, I received the initial sketches of the illustrations!
To learn more, please visit Hyacinth Grey’s Books for Young Readers (www.hgb4yr.com).
After My Little Lie and Hero Worship, I might have a fantasy novel for you. It doesn’t have a title yet, nor is there a complete first draft, but the story is slowly taking shape. I hope to bring it to you by 2022.
I am working on other projects, and I will post details of those here. Genres I am having fun with include fantasy, romance, family life, science fiction, horror, historical, and a project or two whose genre I can’t quite figure out.
What genre(s) would you like to see me try? Please leave a comment below.