Tonight, I finished the first draft of Couillon. Even the past two days, my characters have been fighting me, and I finally gave in and wrote what needed to be written, to make them happy and let me get one night without a struggle.
Finishing the first draft means that now the editing phase begins, but it shouldn't be that horrific of a task as I've been doing editing all along, and my writing group has review and commented on the first 15 pages or so. The next section is up for review at my next writing group.
Scrivener says that as is, it would be, if I physically published it, a 70 page story. I'm not sure if that borders on novella or not, but since Kindle is either singles or novels. It will be a single. And I'll sell it for $0.99. Just to get my name, or my pseudonym, out there. And yes, it was a lot of work for $0.99, but if several thousand people buy it, well that's more than I have right now.
Back to pseudonyms, I haven't decided if I want to publish under my name. I've been thinking about publishing under Sara Stark, my middle/maiden name. [Yes, I kept my ex-husband's last name because it would have been such an effort to change all my stuff, my driver's licenses, insurance, stocks, car ownership, taxes, etc... but then again, as Bill Shakespeare said "what's in a name?" -- nothing, except everything you own.]
Plus, I think Sara Stark would look great on the cover of a novel, whereas, and I've always had this problem with my current last name, Williamson is too long. It's a blessing I don't write checks anymore. I never could get my whole name on the line.
With that said, I'm going to bed and read myself to sleep. I'm going to read someone else's work.