Gung Hee Fat Choy! Happy Chinese New Year!
It’s been a very busy week. In preparation for Chinese New Year, I’ve helped bake about four batches of almond cookies, make three batches of Gau (Chinese Mochi), 24 mini custard tarts, and two different recipes of Almond Float (Almond Flavored Jello). So I’m kind of glad it’s here today and gone tomorrow.
But it also means that January is almost at an end, and February begins and I still haven’t yet started my Now What months for NaNoWriMo. So I’m going to be switching gears for a little while. Instead of focusing on writing for the next month, I’m going to be concentrating instead on revising. I going to try to keep putting out Weekly Writings, it just that they’ll be smaller bits or there will be longer times between them.
Now that I’m focusing on revising I’m also switching gears on stories. So for a little bit, Hunter’s Crossing in being put on the side and I’m concentrating on what I was working on in November, which was another Stained series book. So for now, I’m concentrating on that. I’ve also decided to put Broken up on the website, the first draft that I did for NaNoWriMo 2015 and the second in the Stained series. If you’re interested, you can take a look at it on the Broken Webpage.
For now, that’s about it, so have a Happy Lunar New Year!