Daily Goal: Met
Well the scene I wrote today won’t actually go IN the manuscript for quite a while. But I woke up this morning knowing Collin’s side of the story–why he did what he did ten years ago. And when he told me, I had to write it, had to tell Kensie. So that’s what I wrote. It’s still a bit rough, but I’m happy with it. And now I really need to pass out.
Hi “Seanchai” or Storyteller!
My name is Katherine Lehr, and I am both a chief writer and editor. I recently came across your blog about your book House of Cards. I must say your account of writing your book has me completely engaged. As a writer myself, I found your daily progress reports both familiar and witty. But what caught my attention was that your daily reports allow other writers and students of writing access to a site that offers a real, intelligent, and educational account of what it means to be a writer and a thinker. I think that my website is a perfect compliment to the philosophy of a “seanachi” website, a website that is interested in stories and research. Your readers (and fellow writers) may find that our website offers them another resource for accessing important research tools and unique stories. I was wondering if you might consider adding our site to yours, perhaps under your “research” section.
I hope you will take a moment to review our site and assess its relevance and appeal to your readers. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
p.s. I do think Kensie and Collin make a cute couple!