This will be the end of the #RWWChallenge I took part in during April. I'd like to thank Round The World Writers for hosting it.
This past week was a little crazy again so I missed posting my answers on Twitter at the end of the week. You can see my other answers for week 1, week 2, week 3, and week 4. Below are my answers for this past week.
Day 25 - The best thing about my work in progress (WIP) is that it's fun. I've written a lot of darker stories but this one is a little lighter and fun.
Day 26 - The minor character I love the most is the main character's teenage daughter. She's sassy and allows me to explore the mother-daughter relationship.
Day 27 - This is one I missed on Twitter because my notebook computer wasn't turned on. My opening line at the moment: "Magic sizzled in the tips of my fingers."
Day 28 - My main characters' names weren't inspired by anything. I choose names based on the feel I have for the characters.
Day 29 - Honestly I haven't had much help as far as edits or they story goes yet since no one sees my first draft because it wouldn't make sense to anyone. As always Dea Poirier is my go to person for feedback on ideas. Tamara was helpful with some brainstorming my ending. I also want to give a shout out to the Pitch Wars '16 class for their encouragement and many writing sprints. Writing is not a solitary act.
Day 30 - Pitch my WIP...I'm not quite ready to share that one :)
I hope you've enjoyed the bits I've shared about my latest project. Hopefully it will be ready to pitch soon!
What are you working on right now?