Sunday, February 17, 2008

The End

I love writing 'The End' when I finish a manuscript. I'm not one of those obsessive authors who gets so attached to her characters she can't bear to leave them.
(This is Such a lie - I wrote Seven volumes in the Iskander series because I just couldn't bear to leave Ashley and Alexander!)
I think I've grown out of that now.

I've been playing this game a lot:
It takes a while to load, and the map is tiny, but it's a fun challenge. I haven't made it past stage 10. I'm learning a LOT of geography.

Thanks for the well wishes about my cold. It's still there! I'm still all stuffy. But it's just a cold (annoying, that's all). Tuesday night I'm heading to the hammam where I intend to steam it out of me.


Oopsy Daisy said...

"The End" is becoming a problem for me too. I wrote another childrens story and loved the char
acters so much that I wrote a followup story to it. Luckily both stories were accepted in the anthology I submitted to.

show that cold who is boss!

Absolute Vanilla (& Atyllah) said...

I love writing The End but I will confess to suffering a wee bit of "post natal" downness when it's done. Mind you, I've become sneaky, I plant hooks in most of my manuscripts that will enable me to create a series should the need arrive. But mostly I'm happy to leave my characters and go off and meet some more! ;-)

Wynn Bexton said...

Actually I can hardly wait now to put THE END to Shadow of the Lion. Because I am now anxious to go back and finish my Celtic novel and...I am looking forward to the wrap party at a local Greek taverna when I finish Shadow.

John Nez said...

I thought typing 'the end' just means that it's time to start the re-writing.

That's a fun geography game... except the map is so small, I probably couldn't even click on Seattle correctly.

Louise said...

Hey Sam! Glad you like our game. You can chat about strategy and compare scores with other Traveler IQ addicts in our travel forums

Louise Brown
TravelPod Community Manager