With Sacrificial Lamb Cake out in the wild, it’s time to start TALKING about it!
Interested in chatting with me about that time in Winnepeg I had a little too much whiskey and…
Wait. The book. We’re talking about the BOOK. (Though, I wouldn’t mind retelling that story. See, what had happened was–)
Anyway, if you’ve got a blog and would like to talk about books n’ things -or- if you’d like a copy of Sacrificial Lamb Cake to review on your blog, click here to opt-in to Red Adept Publishing’s mailing list. Invitations will be going out soon to schedule stops for the blog tour and you DON’T want to be left out.
The wait is over.
I’ve got my champagne and YOU’VE got your copy of Sacrificial Lamb Cake.
Isn’t she pretty?
You don’t? BUT IT’S ONLY $2.99 today!
*JEDI mid-trick’s your browser to the Amazon 1-Click option*
There. That’s better, isn’t it?
Here. Have a cookie.
Today, I reached 40k words in my latest WIP, SACRIFICIAL LAMB CAKE.
But, Katrina, NaNoWriMo rules EXPLICITLY DICTATE that in order to win, one must write 50k words.
First, author (and personal hero) Chuck Wendig has some choice words about “winning” NaNoWriMo. You can read them here.
Second, screw you. SACRIFICIAL LAMB CAKE was started back in September. If you want to get technical, I started the project back in 2010. It has since been rewritten 3 times. Third time’s the charm, right?
The point is that reaching 50k words is great and all, but there’s something to be said for hitting 40k words in a project. At 40k words, you know where your book is going. You see the potential in it and you’re excited. Typing that 40,000th word means that you WILL finish the project. You see The End peeking over the horizon and it’s fucking beautiful.
If you’re participating in NaNo and on November 30th, you’ve “only” got 40,000 words, you win. Don’t abandon your book. It still needs you.
So, if you need me I’ll be over here stuffing myself with leftover birthday cake and cheap wine. I’ll share if you’re nice.