First week has gone pretty well. I enjoy my classes, except for one. It’s not the class’ fault–it’s the administrations. You see, I have 52 students registered in the class, in a classroom with only 35 desks. It’s a fire hazard, and illegal. They’re trying to fix it, but these things can take time, and part of it is getting a teacher hired, which takes a while, sadly. Hopefully it’ll get ironed out before the week is over.
I think the War for Earth plot is getting adjusted. It started out as a trilogy starring Teren Hunt (Name may change, of course). Now it looks like it might be a book starring Teren, with a trilogy set a few decades later starring someone else. Not sure. If that does work best, then I’d probably shelf this novel once it’s done until I’ve got the others written, as I’m not sure most publishers would publish a prequel novel when the main sequence is unpublished. But, again, that’s getting ahead of myself; I need to finish this book first. Hell, I might change my mind and make the whole series about Teren again. Or maybe his niece… hmm…
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Its all in the spin. Don’t call it a prequel, call the next two sequels. 🙂 And Holy Hannah that’s a big class. Daughter 2 is in a grade 1/2 split with only about 25 kids, and last year in K there were only about 12. That was awesome – they got sooo much individual attention.