On A Roll Again!

Happy Thursday, Aledan Merfolk! I’m happy to say that I’ve finally made it back into writer-brain, and I’ve finished just over half of Draft Three of StO this week! I’m currently writing a brand new Erie scene, and I’m really liking the changes I’ve made for her. She sounds more mature in this draft, and has actual goals beyond just doing whatever she can to survive (although that’s obviously goal #1). Finn’s still good ol’ Finnegan – he needed toning down on the misogynistic dickishness, but not a complete makeover like Erie did. The first half of the novel needed mostly characterization work, so now the real editing begins *cracks knuckles* Time to get out the axe and delete some scenes!

onelastsong_600x900I spent last night at a fancy dinner to celebrate SK Fall’s (re)release ONE LAST SONG, which is dark and twisty and I love it. We spent the night talking about writing and sex scenes and how amazing the food was at The Oridinary. I seriously ate so much I had a stomachache for a couple hours. A completely worth-it stomachache. There’s nothing better than good food and great conversation with best friends ❤

If you missed it earlier this week, both Custom of the Week and Science Tuesday are back for the year. And I have the most amazing custom for you guy this weekend. It’s a seapony and I think you’ll love it just as much as I do!

And one last note, I’ve joined the new social-media site Tsu (because who doesn’t need more to keep up with?). There’s quite a nice little  writer community on there already, so if you want to check it out here’s an invite: https://www.tsu.co/RebeccaEnzor

That’s it for this week, Aledans. Don’t forget to pick up your copy of ONE LAST SONG, and remember to stop by this weekend for the awesome seapony custom. Hopefully by the next update I’ll be nearly-done with this draft of StO! Have a great weekend!

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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary.

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