This year will be my tenth anniversary participating in National November Writing Month – NaNoWriMo, for short. And while I haven’t always been successful (writing 50,000 words within the month of November is the goal) both Small Things and Threads have come from NaNoWriMo “wins.”

I’m already working on the third book in the Small Things trilogy, but this year wanted to do something different for NaNoWriMo. And that’s where you come in. You’re probably reading this because you’re a fan of my writing, and this is your chance to influence what I write. Should I write an old-fashioned nanowrimo
vampire story, completely free of sparkles? Or perhaps a young adult horror novel? Or maybe, just maybe, a novel based on a multi-player video game? Or perhaps you have an even better idea?

Please take the small survey (three questions!) below and let me know what you want me to write for NaNoWriMo!

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A part of her resented both her brothers for disappearing when she was only 13, causing her to grow up faster than any girl should. In many ways, however, she was still a little girl. She’d only just started dating when Ben was taken, and she’d put having any sort of a love life on hold indefinitely. Not only was she still a virgin, but she’d only once even kissed a boy. She was eighteen now, however, officially an adult, and she needed to put that resentment in the past. She needed to grow up and start making better decisions. She needed to think more with her head and less with her heart.

— A Pattern of Shadows, chapter 22