I'm working on a novel and considering a poetry collection.
Working on a collection of children's short stories. Finished a couple of them and thus looking for some one who loves editing and could really help me edit.
Working on a full-length novel that was born from a NaNoWriMo piece a few years ago. I hope to have it finished by the end of the year so I can submit it as my final project for my Master's degree! :)
I've been working on a novel: El Nobis von Albion; it needs professional editing and a publisher--the nightmare for writers. I want to abandon the final stage and start a new project, a novel. Please advice.
The novel that's been rattling round in the form of so many drafts, late-night scribbles and screeds of scenes and bits of dialogue. :)
I am currently almost finished with a rough draft of my first teen fiction novel called Blossoms on the Wind. I’m planning on making it a duology. It is packed with action, fantasy and romance!
I'm currently working on a collection of short stories, a novella, and a few poems. I'd love to get a chapbook of poems together at one point, but I don't write poetry enough and I feel like my themes aren't strong enough to tie them all together into a chapbook yet.
I'm trying to write a book of poetry, and also finish a novel I'm working on.
I'm actually working on 15 projects right now... (help me) two of them are short stories which are spin offs to my other works. There's a pirate series, a super hero series and a stand alone fairy tale.
I am working on a fiction named ' A Journey With You' and an erotic named ' Behind the curtain'
I'm currently working on expanding my poetry portfolio for grad school apps. I just need a few more pages of solid poems and then I can start figuring out how I want to organize the portfolio and start writing personal statements. Yikes! Anyone have advice for how to organize a portfolio? Other than that, I've been working on a standalone fantasy novel for the last three years. I'm halfway done with the first draft, but it's nearly impossible to work on it while being a full-time student and having a part-time job and wanting to sleep at night.
I have two works write now. One is memoir and the other is a graphic novel.
I'm in the process of writing my very first short story. I've only done songs/poems up till now but I'm gonna start writing stories and submitting my work. I'd like to see how my works effect people
Right now I'm working on a short story (fantasy kind of?) but after that I plan on undertaking a creative nonfiction piece that somehow involves time travel!
I've been trying to make headway on a spaghetti western, just for fun - I haven't written in the genre before, but a friend of mine challenged me to work with it, and I'm enjoying the different tropes that are available/reversible/etc.
I have been working on a Halloween themed novelette mainly for my boys. It is my first real attempt at writing any kind of story. I wrote it for them to have a ghost story about their hometown and surprised myself. Now I'm beginning to wonder if I should share it with people outside my family.
I am currently trying to get back into writing poetry. Prose writing is my first love, but I really want to move into crafting more poems. Right now, I'm trying to focus on a collection of poems that focus on pairing imagery with the visual form of the poem.
I have two young adult novels I'm in the process of editing, but I'm mostly hoping to finish one in particular by September for a local writer's conference.
I have two projects that I'm currently working on. One is my short story, which I title, Eddie & Fred's Dilemma, which I am in the process in editing the story. 6,368 words, so hopefully, I can finish that today. Second is my manuscript for my novel, the title is called, "The Turbulent Life of Seth" I need to finish my last chapter, and then format it and edit this piece of work. So far I have written 70,000 words. I have some other ideas for another short story, I find myself always thinking about writing about different scenario.
I'm currently working on a novel and am working to hit a daily 1000 word count. I've been working on this the past three weeks and am suuuuuper close to hitting 50 pages. I was worried it'd be difficult to keep meeting my word count goal, but things as been going pretty well so far. I know the wall will hit soon, but for now I'm pushing through until I'm blocked!