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Writing Three Stories at Once

At the moment, I’m working on three separate pieces.

All of them are short stories, though two verge on being novellas.

The first is Oberon, my love story on a foreign world that’s been split in two. I’m having a lot of fun working with Jameson, a shy geologist, and Xander, a leather-wearing wingman with a lust for danger.

The second is my background series on Forever – my novel I wrote and sent out maybe 15 years ago (to a chorus of rejections) – I’m writing a group of novellas that lay out (for me and the reader) the previous history of this unique man-made world before I attempt the rewrite I hope will make it salable.

And I’m writing a gay bear story for an editor at Dreamspinner – he has an anthology and I hope to send him something he might consider for it.

It’s a bit schizophrenic to be working on three pieces at once, but I find that when I am blocked on one project, I can often move ahead on another.

Right now mist of my energy is going to Oberon, but I’ll have to switch back to the Bear at the Bar soon to finish it up for the anthology consideration.

Any other writers out there work like this? I’d love to hear from y’all.

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