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So far, I have only published The Imposter, but don’t worry: there will be more. Check out an overview of The Marker Chronicles over here. I’ll start working on Book 2 in the series during NaNoWriMo this November. Hopefully by then, I’ll have worked out all the kinks and have a good outline in place. Book 2 will be called the Brander. It picks up with Chris’ and the Marker’s stories a few years after The Imposter ended. A new serial killer is on the loose and sets out to frame the Marker for his crimes. If everything works out as I have planned, The Brander will be written by this time next year.

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It was like a knife through the back and straight to the heart. It came as a surprise. It shouldn’t have, but it did. I should have known her true nature, but I am too trusting. I didn’t think that would come back to bite me. But it did. (more…)

Day 7


Well, it looks like I’m not doing too well at getting my writing in this first week. This weekend has been crazy. I knew I wasn’t going to get much writing in with it being a holiday, but I thought I would write something. It is rather frustrating.

So, so far, I’ve only written a little less than 2,000 words. I’m still determined to finish writing this story, but it’s going to be a struggle.

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Day 2


Today was even harder than yesterday. Drama still exists, yet I am expected to carry on life and be productive. Well, it’s nearly 11pm, and I have yet to reach my 1,000 words for today.

I think my biggest fear right now is not knowing how to begin, which is kind of crazy. I already have 25K written. It’s not like I’m starting a brand new story. I’m just continuing.

But I’m afraid I’ll ruin the story that I have planned in my head. Don’t ask me how that logically works out, but I don’t want to write for this month, putting in endless hours and turning down activities with friends, only to go back and read it and find that it’s crap.

That’s one of my biggest faults when it comes to the writing process: I over analyze everything. I’m constantly trying to find a way to the make the story better that I don’t want to waste time writing something that I’m going to delete next week.

Anyone else feel the same?

~ Sarah