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Kindle Edition published 2016-12-10
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Where is Adam?

Julie Raynes’ husband has been missing for six months. Devastated and confused, she refuses to believe that he would leave her voluntarily, though her best friend thinks differently. However, her Aunt Alice, a psychic, tells her Adam has been murdered, and when she reveals how she knows this, any hope that Adam is still alive, dissipates.

The police are also beginning to believe that Adam Raynes was murdered. And Julie is their prime suspect. Her life in ruins, Julie vows to hunt down whoever is responsible for Adam’s murder and make them pay for their crime.

In the meantime, David Gray, a young man who was pulled from a lake by a fisherman when he was 9 years old, wakens from a coma after nearly two decades. Unknown to Julie, Adam and David share a dark connection, a darkness that threatens to devour both of them, in a terrifying race with death.

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Offline IoneKeeling

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Re: 3000 Words a Day Club
« Reply #575 on: January 13, 2018, 07:11:04 PM »
Back in the typing saddle on Monday. Just finished up a second edition (added 11k net to existing 44k, changed POV from 3d to dual first and tense, and would say, including the extra 11k net, it's at least 30% new and way tighter).

Doing some background tomorrow (Sunday) on new project. Nothing like outlining. Get the names down, stuff like that.

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Re: 3000 Words a Day Club
« Reply #576 on: January 14, 2018, 06:39:49 AM »
Got sick which meant I couldn't write Friday. I wrote 2,051 for today but still need about another thousand to finish this WIP. Maybe I can get it done later today or I'll just finish it tomorrow, then work on planning my next WIP.

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Re: 3000 Words a Day Club
« Reply #577 on: January 14, 2018, 08:04:28 AM »
~5100 yesterday; I started after my run at about 6 AM and wrapped up about 10 PM, with a couple of breaks. I woke up late this morning, so we'll see what the day brings.

My last 4-day weekend I knocked out nearly 20,000 words, so it looks like ~5K usable words is my upper bound in about 12 hours of good, uninterrupted writing. Still loving the Fortress of Solitude.

And to be fair, I do complete, blank-page rewrites, and this is the fourth (and hopefully final) version, so there's not much concepting happening, right now. It's just typing and making the words pretty. I'm way slower when I'm knocking out early drafts.
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Re: 3000 Words a Day Club
« Reply #578 on: Yesterday at 11:59:45 AM »
I was hoping to hit 3K at least once over the weekend but alas I only got 1K on Saturday, Sunday was spent reviewing a new book and planning, organizing a launch for my third book which should happen next week . . . Managed 2k this morning that will probably be it for the day. Too much other stuff to do.

Love the numbers everyone is posting, I will get back there this weekend if not sooner!

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« Reply #579 on: Today at 08:28:27 AM »
2707 yesterday. Absolutely should have made 3k but just stopped. And the "we all need to step away every now and then doesn't work" because it's way more than "now and then" - ah well. Try for full tilt today!