Wednesday’s WiPs

Well another week almost over with. And another month close to being done. Yikes! Why is it flying so fast? I don’t think I’m having that much fun. πŸ™‚

I thought I’d give you an idea of how many stories I actually have going at one time. There are four that I’ll be working on more than the others. Those four will be in dark red. The other four are ones I work on when I hit a wall or snag in the other four. Those will be in blue. πŸ˜‰

Here you go:

Home of his Own: 38,521/50,000 (2 words)

Devil’s Addiction: 30,173/50,000 (332 words)

Where the Devil Dances: 7,158/50,000 (1,302 words)

Dreaming of Dragons: 652/50,000 (652 words)

Which gives me a total of 2,288 words for the week. Not bad. Have to do more work on Tony’s story and DA, but all in all, pretty decent total for me.

Here are the other four:

The Scarab Beetle: 8,358/50,000

Kouchou: 2,710/35,000

To Hell with the Devil: 5,304/45,000

High Line: 8,471/50,000

Like I said, the last four are ones I work on when I hit a snag on the first four or when I’m somewhere without computer access, so I write in my journal. But they also are ones I’ve just started which is why the word counts on rather low on them. πŸ™‚

Hope you have a great day.

4 Responses “Wednesday’s WiPs”

  1. Michelle says:

    Thank you very much for your touching stories, each one I read pulls me in further. You make them so real I feel like these men could live across the street. Thank you for sharing your work with us, I can’t wait to read more!

  2. Gina, Book Dragon says:

    Gads, all that and a day job? I’m having trouble with just four WIP

  3. T.A.Chase says:

    If you notice all of my stories usually are at least 50k which is considered novel length at a lot of epubs. So I just go with that.

    Unless I’m writing for a specific reason…like an anthology. And sometimes, I just get a feeling that the story might not lend itself to 50k worth of words. So I’ll lower my expectations for those.

  4. Yvonne says:

    That looks like a hell of a lot of work to me!! Wow! How do you know the word count of you stories? Is it just by traditional “book/story length”(it novella versus novel) or is it just a gut TA feeling?

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