Hello all! I'm sorry I neglected you for a week. It's just, NaNoWriMo started. And I had to switch my blog-writing out for novel-writing. But today, I am about a thousand words higher than I need to be. So, I thought I'd give you guys a post-- because I've been neglecting you.
My NaNoWriMo is going pretty well. I've been combing Pinterest for ideas for clothing, hair, appearances... I hadn't realized two of my characters were redheads until I found a picture of one of them. I would show it to you, but I just can't find it, and I'm on the other email that I sent it to, so I can't access it. Sorry.
http://pinterest.com/bjcollins/clothing-dreams/ This pinboard, seriously makes me happy. It has a bunch of old-fashioned/vintage dresses that would totally work in my NaNo. YAY.
The internet hates me. I think it's because my computer is on low battery. Going to plug it in... Nevermind. That plug wasn't a plug. Grr...
Anyways, I'll leave this short and sweet. But here's a (very small) novel excerpt for you, since I have been neglectful.
Hugo drew back. “Well, come along then,” he said, and led Ria down a single, twisting path. A small tent would be on the side of the path every once in a while, and between them there were popcorn stands, and caramel apple stands. They were going in a spiral, Ria noted. They reached the largest tent, a huge, red and gold striped ensemble, and Hugo took Ria’s hand and led her inside. He took her all the way across the tent, and then they turned into a series of rooms, that made up the performer’s quarters. But still, they walked on. Finally, they exited the giant tent, and emerged in a small circle of grass. Trailers were placed in an awkward circle. Lights shone in the window of one trailer. Hugo crossed the circle, and headed up the steps of that trailer. “Well, come on, then,” he said to Ria. She followed him up the steps, and into the trailer.
P.S. Anyone know how to make the white background go away behind things that you copy/paste into Blogger? I made it lavender because the white bugged me too much and I couldn't figure out how to make the white go away altogether.
The Dandy Lioness