So, I haven’t revised in a good week and a half.
Part of that (just part) should be blamed on A Memory of Light (which, by the way, was TOTALLY worth the 16 year wait). Another part is that I’ve been doing some work on the sequel to “Manifestation.” (Currently, the sequel is untitled, but the theme will be development, building, etc. The third book is expected to be titled “Collapse.” I just need to figure out the right thing in between: “Manifestation,” “______,” “Collapse.”) The sequel is currently up to 13,000 words. I have an outline of all the expected chapters and major events to take place in it (much of which I already knew before I started the first book, since it’s all a continuation of the same plot).
But revisions have been lagging. And now, as if this week, I’m back in school at Rowan University for my last semester before graduation. Though I’m also going back in the fall for my master’s.
I tried to get to revisions last night. I really did. Except that I had to read one chapter of one book, three chapters of another, six PDF readings, build a course blog for one class, and schedule an appointment to meet with my adviser. All in all, it’s a rough start to the first week of the semester. I need to figure out how to rearrange my schedule in order to accommodate revisions into my work and school week.
Hopefully, I’ll figure that out soon. I’m itching to get some more work done.