#TeamRocks and a Not-So-Likable MC

Happy Thursday, Aledan Merfolk! If you missed it, I started posting Custom of the Week and Science Tuesday again this week, so make sure you check those out. I’ll have another custom this weekend, but family is arriving today so I’ll be offline for the most part until Tuesday (and next week’s Science Tuesday may be a little late).

I spent the long weekend cleaning the house since it was raining and family was coming, but in between scrubbing the bathroom and moping the floor, I got to know my new agent siblings, who are all wonderful ❤ They set up a Facebook group for support and silliness, and we spent the weekend trolling our agent with subtweets and cheering each other on our various projects. It’s amazing to be a part of such a supportive group of people going through the same process I am. #TeamRocks

Last week I finished the CP project for my agent and started another, and I’ve plotted out Enfields for the next several chapters. Then things become fuzzy again, but I’m sure I’ll figure out what happens by the time I write all the scenes that need to be written (I write by hand, so it’s a lot slower to write out the scenes and type them up than it is to storyline them). My MC has taken a turn for the not-so-likable, but it works so well that I’m really excited for it. I had no idea she was such a bad person. She comes across as such a nice, quiet soul.

I’m going to have a lot of fun with her >:)

As for reading, I finished THANKS FOR THE TROUBLE and loved it! I gave it to my boss, and he also loved it, as did his wife. Now another coworker has it and I’m willing to bet she’s loving it (but she’s on vacation this week so I can’t ask her). I’ve started reading THE TAMING OF THE QUEEN by Phillipa Gregory (gosh I love her Tudor books!), and I’m nearly done listening to HALF A WAR by Joe Abercrombie.

Have a wonderful weekend, Aledans!

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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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