But! Now I need to revise, edit, and proofread. Fun? Sure, but the writing process was more fun. I don't know how long it will take for me to do it but I have a darned feeling that I'll be starting on the 4th book before I do that. I don't know.
My original plan was to read an entire book, but I might surprise myself. (I've had reader's block for four years ever since I hatched from writers' block and I have yet to see if I'm going to break from it.)
- Read a book(s)
- Revise, edit, proofread G3:DF
- Start writing G4:O
- All of the above (or two)
- I'm ashamed to admit that I really haven't read too many books. Most of the ones I recall reading are children's books, which is funny (and not) because here I am 22 and... uh, so yeah. *Ahem* It's kind of a miracle that I got so much better at writing (I was terrible at it when I was 13) within two years. I guess it's because I've always kind of had it in me, being a big daydreamer and having wild "sleepdreams" and all.
- The only big names in fantasy I've read really are just Paolini and Nix.
- I have not read the Harry Potter series. Shame on me. I plan on reading them all.
- I want to read a book.
- It would almost be better to do that than get distracted with another story, as then I'd lose the feel of G3:DF and keep thinking about the other story.
- I want to do this. There are things I really, really, really want to fix/do, first.
- Since I ended "G3:DF", I know what happens next. ("G4:O" begins straight off the ending of "G3:DF".)
- I'm excited and impatient, which is probably not the best thing.