Wow, copyright is a jungle.... I've been looking into it the last hour now, and it seems that copyright is not the same in every country. So I guess, since I'm a Danish citizen, I'll have to follow the Danish rules??? Or what? Because Denmark is part of the EU and it seems they have some differnt rules!!
And what if I get an American agent and get published in America? What then? Which rules to follow??? Like I said - a jungle!
But, I don't have an agent yet, and I'm not published yet either, so I guess I don't have to worry about that just yet. Or do I? Because I have already published the title of the first two books here on this blog and since I don't have a copyright... well I guess anyone can just take it if they want... So, how do you copyright just the title?? Darn it! What to do?
If you have any ideas, please let me know.

So, did all of you have a scary halloween?
I went to see Paranormal Activity 1 and 2 not long ago, and I'm telling you, I got scared!!! I have never seen - and never will see - scary movies like that again! I got so scared I actually screamed in the theather a one point.

And how are things going with Magical World? Well, chapter four is halfway done and I'm hoping to finish it during next week.

I finished Chris Marie Green's Vampire Babylon series today. Amazing books. I hope to become just as good a write. Chris is my heroine :-)
I'm starting to read another series tonight: The Gardella Vampire Chronicles by Colleen Gleason. I'm real excited about getting started on that series. It sounds great. I'll let you know if I like it :-)

Till next time



Chapter three, done!

I was beginning to feel a little panic in my last post. I've been struggling with chapter three (not two as I wrote), but suddenly, it all came to me, and I finished it in two days. Fantastic!
I feel incredibly relieved...
I think the reason this particular chapter was so tough on me was that I had to dig into my own feelings to write something that emotional. I want the readers to really feel what Holly is going through, to feel the emotions, the tension, the loss she is feeling, like they are experiencing it all on their own body. I want them to feel the atmosphere, the nescessity of her actions.
I think, I pulled it off pretty well, but of course it will need to be reveiwed before it's perfect.
My freind Gitte read the first rough edition - and she loved it - thank goodness :-)

Now, chapter four is next, but that chapter will be much easier, funnier and lighter than the last - we need that after such a heavy, dark chapter. I will love writing this next chapter.

I have so many great ideas for book two in the Magical Moon series. Exciting new characters, amazing new places and hair-raising adventures are what's going to dominate this other book, a book I have decided to call "Magical World"

I hope you won't have to wait too long to read them. Hopefully, an agent will come along soon and love them as much as I do.

Till next time


Mental Block???

Oh boy...

I've been dancing around chapter two for weeks now... Why is that? Why is it that some chapters are harder to write than others?
I just want to forget about that one for a while and start writing on some of the other chapters. Maybe if I do that, the inspiration for this one will suddenly come back.
I know what I want to write in this chapter, however, I can't seem to get it "down on paper."
So, do I have some kind of a mental block?? - Perhaps.
Will I get over it?? - Absolutely.... And if not automatically, my willpower is so strong that I will fight my way through this!!

But I haven't been doing nothing. I have been doing a lot of research. OMG! It's so funny. I've been looking for inspiration about castles, medieval weapons etc. It's a whole world of it's own.

My magical world is really beginning to come to life. Once I get it down on paper, it will be amazing :-) I have no doubt about it...
Now I just have to get the agents and the publishers to believe it too :-)

'Till next time.