Welcome to WIPpet Wednesday, a weekly blog hop which encourages writers to move WIPs (works-in-progress) to publication by posting excerpts related to the date.We’re led by the capable fingers and nimble mind of Emily Witt.
I got to everyone‘s WIPpet again this past week! It’s a trend…maybe…
I’m posting this either late or early, depending on your perspective, because I’ve been up all night, reading here. I’ve found the place for The IDIC Romance to put down roots…it may branch out, but first, it needs to be planted in rich, fertile soil…and now I know where that is – so stay tuned for more on that in the coming weeks!
But for today, I’ve got more from Karina Karanova in Sea Changes, and so it’s on to the WIPpet!
In advocating for a dying girl seeking emancipation from controlling parents, can an overburdened young woman and a lonely young man find a future together?
This passage is NaNo rough. My plan is to let this draft rest for this month, and begin creating a revision plan in February. That said, any input is gratefully accepted!
- Today is January 13, 2016 –and a happy birthday to my big brother!
- Today, you get thirteen sentences.
Context: Karina is in a pottery studio, working with clay and hating it, when an albino man sits near her, and begins a conversation. He’s just introduced himself as Donovan Nash, and claimed that death is the admission price for life. Here, Karina’s response…