For the past few years, I've had visions of the book Training Grounds swirling around in my head. Sitting down to write it is like sifting through the muck, arranging it in a way that makes sense.
This is the fun part to writing--okay, I'll be honest, I love all aspects to writing. From the idea and all the way to hitting the publish button, it's fun. Even when I have to sift through the muck that's in my own head, I take it as a challenge.
Training Grounds has been a bit of a challenge in and of itself, for I have already written four novels in the Central Division Series, and this book occurs right after book 1. Kind of a book 1.5 if you will. I had to re-read Beholder's Eye to get a feel for what happened. That was also enjoyable.
I am currently over 10,000 words into the story. Not quite sure if I can see the end yet. I know where and how it'll end, but the route is always interesting.
In a final note, yesterday was the release date for Strange Birth: Book One in the Repel Trilogy. Here is a link for all of the e-retailers.