01 April, 2013

Camp NaNoWriMo


Well, I still have 3 chapters to complete of Uncertain Heirs, so I'm participating in Camp NaNo to finish those. I'm taking Neil Gaiman's and Joss Whedon's advice -- I'm finishing what I write.

And because I love you guys so much, I'm going to let you see a snippet of dialog. Just a snippet, of course. ;)

But I do want to wish everyone good luck, should they be undertaking the Camp NaNo challenge!





"Ja – yes. Theomark. He is our Mutter's Onkel. He visits from Moskva every four years. He's made study of it, so he would know the most about totems and Geistsprecherinnen."
            "I'm sorry, but how do you plural the word?" asked Eleonora.
            "Geistsprecherinnen."
            "Once more."
            "Geist-sprech-er-in-nen."
            "Again, with feeling."
            "Gesitsprech—you're making fun of me."
            Eleonora batted her lashes. She feigned innocence and smiled pleasantly before saying, "I wouldn't dream of such a thing."
            Dungareth threw his head back and howled with cachinnation.
            Fredderick rolled his eyes. "Have you met my brother Dungareth? He's a pain in my a—"
            "Oh, look now," Dungareth interrupted, pointing to the left window beside Eleonora. "You can see the south wing of Schloss Wolfsh√∂hle."

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Ash Litton

Ash Litton is a writer and lover of sci-fi, fantasy, and all things fictional. She is the author of No Signal, Thoroughbred, Evening Hallow, Comeuppance, and Cabover Cabaret, and works on other Appalachian Dream Tales between her ongoing novel projects.

When she's not writing, she's drawing, and when she's not doing either of those, she's dreaming up new projects to work on. Born and raised in rural West Virginia, Ash has always wondered what things lay hidden in the hills around her. She attended West Virginia University, where she studied the English language before returning home to her family in rural West Virginia.