I’m currently writing six. I’m trying to finish one first because it’s a sequel and I’m about to complete the duology series. After that, I’ll work on the other five depending on which one I wanna write and am inspired to write. I really cannot keep myself limited. I also just can’t get my inspiration for new ideas to shut up.
Only working on one, which is also my first book on Wattpad. I would like to start others and even do have some ideas for them, but I think finishing my first book on here is the smarter choice. Just as @Dreamer9603 said, it helps me focus.
I’ve completed four full-length novels in total, but I don’t plan on publishing any of them. I feel like they’re not good enough. Haha. But I do have future projects that I plan on publishing someday.
Currently I’m revising one of those completed novels. I’ve been writing it offline for the last year or so, and I plan on posting it on here sometime this year. And, on top of that, I’m currently in the process of planning a four book series that I’ll be working on after revising my current project. c:
In what way, do you mean?
While the beginning and end, maybe even middle, comes to mind, I write chronologically—which also means that I plan chronologically. I like to be organized instead of having random ideas all over the place. So when I plan, I start from the beginning. I typically start where the plot begins, so I ask myself where that should be. Then I ask myself what happens after that. And so on.
When I was writing my novel, I tried to write 200 words a day. I typically wrote 300-900 words, though. c: