I’m this close to having Keeping House ready for my beta readers, one more read-through close if that makes it easier to understand. So close I can see the end, and it’s rather frightening. What do I do next? Write something new, yes, I know that, but I’ve so many ideas (AKA plot bunnies) hopping through my head that I’m not certain which one to choose. Interestingly enough, all my current ideas apply to the Appalachian Elementals series.
Welcome to #WIPpet Wednesday, a blog hop where authors share from their current works in progress (WIPs).
We finished Chapter One last week so this week we’re delving into Chapter Two. Remember Cent’s friend Betty? She’s back, and she’s been working hard to help Cent get ready for her time with the Hunters.
My #WIPpet math is as follows: 1/9/2019 9-1=8, meaning eight paragraphs from Keeping House, novel two in the Appalachian Elementals series.
ONE NOTE: If you haven’t read Cleaning House, there’s a spoiler in here regarding Betty.
“Thanks for altering my clothes.” Cent sat beside Betty on the sofa.
“Anything for you, baby doll.” Betty smoothed her blue fleece sweater over the front of her denim maxi skirt. Tall and super feminine, she moved with grace no matter what she did, but that was Betty. “Since I’ve got a sewing machine again, I’m going to make us lots of stuff.” She pointed to the collapsible sewing table setting in the corner. “Best Christmas present I ever got.”