hen it comes to life after Edge of Darkness, which admittedly I spend probably more time thinking about than I do thinking about writing Edge of Darkness there is always one universal that rings true. I desperately want to write something that is drastically different from anything I’ve ever written before.
For a long time now I’ve considered working on one of the many different projects that I’ve written and re-written at various times over the years, but lately I want something fresh, something that definitely won’t play it safe (because quite frankly I don’t ever want to play it safe, where’s the fun in that?). I’ve also been debating off and on now whether or not it might be worth it to try for a literary agent again. It isn’t necessarily that I don’t enjoy self publishing, but I keep feeling as though something in my gut is telling me that I need to try this again, and ignoring my self is exactly how I ended up with a month on a WordPress.org blog that went nowhere.
I have absolutely nothing to lose from the endeavor, except maybe a little bit of time, but it could be fun. Of course I’m getting entirely ahead of myself, I still have absolutely no idea what I even want to write next, and I probably won’t until I’ve finished book 3. But I’m a firm believer that it’s good to have goals and something to look forward too. So I will continue to look forward to what the hell it is I’m going to write post-Edge of Darkness and all the excitement that comes with starting a new story. Something fresh, and unlike anything I’ve tried before.