I'm basking in Chaotic-ness at the moment.
Anyway, I'm also working on Chaotic, the third Luminary book. Allow me to share a couple things about this:
1- I'm so glad I didn't officially say I'd do NaNo because I'm failing on that. I've never done it before, but I'm not cut out for it . . . I'll write when I'm good and ready dammit! Err, well that's my excuse and even though I'm not on track to finishing the first draft by end of this month like I'd hoped to, I'm still writing along happily.
2- You'll notice from the title that it, too, ends in tic. That's because I have issues. I'm OCD, okay? I had Kinetic and I had Mimic for the 4th book, so I had to find two other tics to satisfy my insanity. Static came naturally, but Chaotic was a bit more complicated to find a word that would fit. When the title came to me it was a happy day. Mostly because it would bug the heck out of me if I couldn't do the tic thing . . . you know like the chalkboard effect. Scratch it and it bugs most people. Same thing times a million would happen to me. (I also have knack for exaggeration.)
3- This one has nothing to do with Chaotic, but I was numbering stuff and it seemed appropriate to keep it going. Thanks for the feedback and support with my new Writers After Dark video series! My co-host, Raymond, and I will be recording episode 2 soon, and we'll be discussing two movies: Twilight versus Dracula (1992 version). If you have any thoughts on them, we'd love to hear it! We'll quote you with links to your website and probably even toast to it.
Do you indulge in desserts on Thanksgiving?
Me needing all titles to end in tic . . . umm, that's not crazy, right?
Who is more horrific or romantic:
Sparkly vegetarian vampire or our very 'in love' Dracula?