Just some thoughts:
I'm waffling on the title of my novel. Whether or not to include the word "City."
The novel itself is coming along well. Following the outline, piecing back together parts of the 20,000 or so words I'd already written, discarding some, rearranging and rewriting others. It will be much better now.
At the moment, it's about 9924 words, but there's still pieces to be added back from the original. I suspect that I'll only lose about 3,000 or 4,000 words and then I'll be ready to start writing the rest of it.
I don't have a goal word-count for this project. The disparity of online opinions of what length 'officially' constitutes a novel told me I should just write the damn story and see how long it ends up when I feel it's appropriately finished.
I plan on having a couple people read the novel before it's released to get some feedback as well as some extra editing help. I didn't do that for "Show Me the End of the World" and there ended up being a couple of embarrassing errors. I did it for "The Box" and felt much better about it, despite one friend's assertion that he got a Grammar-Nazi Eye Twitch (I suspect he was exaggerating).
"The Box" continues to sell an average of one or two copies a day. Those three dimes keep rollin' in...
"Thor" by Patrick Doyle