It’s hard making changes

No long chat today. Just wanted to give you a quick update. 

Half-way through my focused 21 day new writing routine, and I’m not complaining. Changing bad habits is hard, but I’m working to make good-for-me changes. Not writing as much as I would like, but words are being written, and I’m working out again. Totally forgot: My ability to write words is tied to me taking care of my body.

I’d love to say I was halfway done with the draft of Midnight Goblins, but I can’t. I can tell you that Cesar and Marcus are both surprising me. 

  • Cesar is not the mysterious, always cool, nice guy vamp. This guy knows how to lay on the hurt.
  • And Marcus? A little neurotic, a little nerdy, in Midnight Bites, is taking charge and laying down the lay in Vegas. 
  • And then there are the twins, who I thought would kind of just be there and do what they were told. Nope. Not only are they smart, they’re sneaky, and they’re not taking crap from anyone. Of course, you don’t know the twins yet. You’ll have to wait for Midnight Goblins to meet them.

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Published by L.K. Latham

Author of dark, speculative fiction.

One thought on “It’s hard making changes

  1. That’s what I’ve been feeling too! That my ability to write depends on how well my body is. I used to buy into the drunken writer stereotype, but now I’ve realised that the more I have the rest of my life in order, the better I write.

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