Question: What are you currently working on?
I am always hard at work on The Next Book. Or books. Or possibly the next novella or short story. Like many authors, I am often uncomfortable talking about the work in progress. It is very easy to talk a story to death. If I sit down and started spilling out the details of what I’m working on, two things will happen. It will sound really stupid, because my stories are intended to be written, not told. The second thing is that when I sit down to write it, I will feel bored, as in, “I already experienced this story when I talked so much about it. Now it’s boring. So if I’m going to write it, I’m going to change six things, for the sake of changing them.” I will also honestly tell you that I feel perfectly comfortable telling enormous lies when people ask what I’m working on. If people want me to tell a story, I will. It just won’t be the one they are expecting.
Ed Sheeran - Runaway
oh my god i need this
i dont think you understand how loudly my nonbinary heart screamed
where can i find this
Available online at the Omocat Shop! Additionally, they are also available in person at MARUQ in San Francisco, and I believe at various cons, keep an eye on Omocat’s blog.
(sidenote: I’ve only just realised I’ve not been setting click-through source links to what I blog, fixing that from now on!)