Happy Monday, everyone! I hope you all had a spooktacular Halloween filled with fright, laughter, and small children requesting candy on your doorstep.
A few girlfriends and I celebrated by dressing up, eating a lot of junk food (and one surprisingly delicious organic and gluten-free pasta dish) and watching Hocus Pocus, only the greatest Halloween classic of all time.
Here’s what I looked like:
At first, I’d intended to go as a zombie, but then, I found this old veil that my sister had used for something, so I decided to go as Grace, the ghost bride from Cemetery Tours. How cool is it to be able to dress up as a character from your own book?
After a super successful Halloween, I dove right into #NaNoWriMo. Well, first I drove out to Fort Worth to hang out with my BFF, but then I dove right into #NaNoWriMo. I’m happy to announce that I have since earned my 5000-Word Badge.
Remember, the book I’m working on is NOT another Cemetery Tours installment. I am working on that as well (Chapter 12 is actually about to make me cry… It’s really sad…), but this #NaNoWriMo project is something that I’m working on strictly for fun and my own entertainment. If I like it, then yes, I will probably publish it, but I haven’t decided whether or not it will be under my own name or my super secret pen name.
Finally, Halloween may have come and gone for another year, but ghost stories are fun to read all year round!
Happy November, everyone! How are your #NaNoWriMo projects coming?