#NaNoWriMo starts in November.

The first time I dared to try it, I wrote Immortal Sands.

For my industrious fingers, it’s not rocket science. 

Is it possible to have hyperactive fingers and a brain that operates in slow motion?

You don’t have to answer that.

Every year, I write 50,000 words in 20  – 25 days, even though I have 30 days to do it.

Today, I finished revising the draft of a novel I wrote last November.  The cover I created in 5 minutes for NaNoWriMo is simply electrifying.

I’m rethinking the cover.

It’s more of a twisted, simmering love story than a thundering SciFi tale.

Synopsis in 14 words:  Starship commander in hibernation awakens thousands of years later, kidnaps local, tries to survive.

I don’t want to give away the story; it’s not finished yet and I’m already devising a sequel in my head.

Of all the books I’ve written, this one is crying out, “I need beta readers!”

Now, all I have to do is find a few.