So the Groundhog Book is going quite well. Hit the 10,000 word mark today. It's different for me, writing non-fiction. Still haven't heard back from the agent, though, and I'm liking this project, so I'll keep at it for now. Just wondering if you all could help inform me a bit: how specific do you think I should let this project get? Right now, I'm delving into pretty much every aspect of Groundhog Day you can think of, from the movie to the history of the holiday to the actors to the towns that celebrate it to how to celebrate it yourself--everything. It could be the definitive, comprehensive guide to groundhogdom.
Am I going a tad overboard?
What am I asking? I'm writing a book about how to celebrate a rodent, and I'm wondering if I'm going overboard? Never mind. :-)
In the end, I sort of view this project as a personal one. I might self-publish it and give access to family and friends. Or maybe I'll make a groundhog blog and see if I can get a following?
So tell me--just how crazy do you think I am?