So, some statistics because Dude who sleeps next to me was asking for them.
Since September of last year I have written:
292,447 words (estimated from averaged word count per random page sampling)
640 pages (standard word document sized)
2 1/3 books
So, I internet-ed a bit and found that if it were to go into print format (5.5x8.5 format) that my books would be:
Book 1 Anri and Seth: Bloodbound 408 pages
Book 2 Anri and Seth: Demonbound 583 pages
Book 3 Anri and Seth: Feywilds 179 pages (so far at chapter 9)
Now...what to do...what to do. I am seriously considering trying to publish, even if no one buys it. I wonder how many books are written every year that are in exactly the same place as mine...authors with no confidence wondering if they should or shouldn't just put out into the world what they have created. I would hate to publish something if it was horrible, but I don't think mine is. But it's mine, so I wouldn't right? Wait, I know my self esteem. I always think my stuff is horrible. So if I actually think my stuff is good...
I think my head just exploded. I will tell you this. I'm no Brandon Sanderson or Neil Gaiman, so don't think I'm getting a big head. But...maybe it's not so bad, right? And, I totally recognize that I have a very limited audience. But if even a few people like my story, well, then that's all good, right?
Now...editing. Not for me, I just keep on writing. I'm hoping to finish up this series by the end of the third book.
I'm a little afraid to end it, I love writing and I don't want to lapse. I'm afraid I'd fall out of it if I went too long, you know?