I did it!
I wrote a novel in a week!
I can proudly say that the first draft of Murder in the Multiverse is now complete.
It won’t be released until December or possibly February, depending on editing schedules. BUT you can read an early draft before then.
Here are the two ways you can read it:
- Join my advance team. If you join my advance team, I’ll send you a draft a month or so before it comes out. The idea is that you read it and if you like it, you leave a review on Amazon. If you don’t like it, you tell me what I can improve and I can either make adjustments or learn for the next book.
- Support me on Patreon. If you want to read it even earlier, you can. Once I’ve written the second draft in May/June, I’ll be posting it a chapter at a time on Patreon, exclusively for my supporters. To get access you just need to support me to the tune of a dollar a month – and you also get access to my other books before they come out.
If you don’t want to do all those things, but still want to keep updated, please join my book club. I’ll let you know what I’m writing and when the book comes out (as well as the Division Bell trilogy which is due to come out in the meantime).
If you want to look back at my #novelinaweek progress, here are some links:
- My progress page on this blog, where I’ll be updating my daily word count spreadsheet each day.
- My rationale for doing this crazy novel in a week thing.
- My Pinterest board with ideas and inspiration for aspects of the book.
- The #novelinaweek hashtag
- My Facebook Page, where I’ll be posting updates and (if I find time) maybe the occasional video showing me working hard.
- Yesterday’s post on hitting the home stretch.
- Saturday’s post on the science behind the multiverse.
- Friday’s post on Alex’s darkest hour.
- Thursday’s post on where I got inspiration for this book series
- Wednesday’s post on getting past writer’s block.
- Tuesday’s post on creating locations.
- Monday’s post on my book’s characters.
- Last Sunday’s post – where and when I’m most productive.
- Last Saturday’s post – let writing commence!