After living in Oregon for 21 years, I've finally decided I need a change. My partner and I are moving to Washington, as far North as we can go, to the cute city of Bellingham. A lower cost of living and lots of career opportunities will help us follow our dreams and achieve our goals sooner, we hope.
Our good friend has agreed to house us through the transition, and we couldn't be more thankful for her encouragement and support.
I'm setting a low goal of 10,000 words for Camp NaNoWriMo this month. I think it will be feasible given the big move happening in the middle of this month. Taylor and Felicia are currently stuck in a desert, and I'm unsure of how to unstick them. Darn you, writer's block. They might have to remain stuck a little while longer. The sequel is looking very promising though, so stay tuned for more updates. I am hoping to finish writing it before November so that I can start the third and hopefully final book during NaNoWriMo's main event this year.
Given the length of book one, I'm planning on the Andraos series being a trilogy. I didn't call it a trilogy in case it turns into a fourth book, but I'll have to get closer to the end before I know for sure.
Goodbye, Oregon. My next post will be from beautiful Washington. The only thing between me and the move is the mountain of stuff I have to pack.