Carla M. Lee (carlamlee) wrote,
Carla M. Lee
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[writing] Project List, January 2016

New year, more writing. My word count goal this year is 500,000 words. (Yes, I am aware that is ridiculous.) Project goals include finishing The Talking Dead draft four, polishing, and submitting to agents, finishing Monsters in the Trees draft one and sending it to first readers, and finishing the first draft of at least one more novel.

Current active projects:

UK Horror Project
(cowritten with Sarah)

1. Talking Dead
Young adult supernatural adventure. Ghosts, monsters, and killers, oh my. Status: Fourth draft in progress. Fourth draft combines Talking Dead and Monsters & Magic into one book.

(Monsters & Magic used to be #2. Young adult supernatural adventure. Flirtatious werewolves and incorporeal monsters.)

2. Supernatural Slumber Party
Young adult supernatural adventure. It's a slumber party of supernaturals, see? Status: First draft complete. Second draft on hold until Talking Dead draft four complete.

3. Wicked Witches
Young adult supernatural adventure. Witches, dude, always with the witches. And the world goes BOOM. Status: First draft complete. Second draft on hold until Talking Dead draft four complete. Second draft combines Wicked Witches and Monster Mash into one book.

(The Monster Mash used to be #5. Young adult supernatural adventure. The world goes BOOM.)

Stand Alone Books

1. Monsters in the Trees
Young adult horror. Young adult horror. Friends, makeouts, and monsters in an isolated cabin. Status: Draft one in progress.

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Tags: writing, writing: 2016, writing: january, writing: monster mash, writing: monsters and magic, writing: monsters in the trees, writing: sarah, writing: supernatural slumber party, writing: talking dead, writing: uk horror, writing: wicked witches
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