Another week down, another what might well be a novel started. I’m working on Conall and Bea’s story, but it’s quickly taking on a life of its own. We’ll see, but I think at the very least it’s going to be a long novella if not a short novel.
Welcome to #WIPpet Wednesday*, a blog hop where authors share from their current works in progress (WIPs).
This week I’m picking up where we left off in Chapter Two. Birdie, one of the homestead’s house spirits, has faded from view and now Betty is doing something that’ll help Cent make a memorable entrance into the Hunter kingdom.
Here’s my #WIPpet math for 1/23/2019: 1 and 2+3+1=6 for sixteen paragraphs from Keeping House.
“Give me your hand.” Betty grabbed a bottle of nail polish from the table behind the sofa. “I want to mark you too, but my magic isn’t the same as Tess and the spirits’, so I’m sending you off with those black nails you said will make Dane wicked mad.” Betty shook the bottle and laid a rag over her thigh. “But according to Stowne, the Hunters wear a lot of black already.”