It has been a while since I have updated my writing progress, so I decided this would be a good time to do so. I just finished the first draft of a horror novel about a werewolf. It is clearly a misshapen skeleton of a book at this point, but at least, it is done and can be developed and edited later. As indicated in my previous post, without words down on paper, there is nothing than can be revised.
My writing goals for the first half of 2016 follow. First, I will revise my horror novel Evil Lives After, which would be its 9th draft and to continue submitting it to agents and publishers. If I have no success, I will then plan on self-publishing this book. I believe it is time. Next I will revise the first book of my YA series and also submit it to agents. I am not sure if submitting two books is recommended or not, but I am following my own plan of action. We will see what happens. Finally, but definitely not least, I will write the first draft of the second novel of my YA series.
As long as I maintain the pace I have been keeping over the last few years, I should be able to accomplish these goals. We will see at the end of June if I have reached the destination.