I've almost finished reading "Walk On Earth a Stranger" and so far I'm loving it so much. The writing has a simplistic, clean flow to it that helps me flip the pages. Not to mention the premise is awesome.
When I finish it I'll be either devouring "The Crown's Game" (the cover is gorgeous + magic = has to be awesome, right?) or the highly recommended "Six of Crows."
At the end of July I finished the first draft of Golden Revenge. It was bittersweet, as usual, because I know for sure that it will only be a stand alone novel. I love the characters and setting and plot so much, so it was hard to finish writing the epilogue and not feel sad it had finished. Now I'll be setting it aside for six weeks, and then I'll crack it open for a read through and to start editing.
But whenever I finish a first draft, I tend to feel a little lost. I feel like I should still be part of the story for hours a day, pounding the keys. Then there's the big question of which story to work on next. I ended up starting to edit Draped in Deception, despite having been furious at it for months, and brainstorming Safe-House.
What's your favourite song right now? Any books I absolutely must read or I will probably die? Is your writing going well? I hope you're all having an amazing day! <3