It’s officially 2019. Time for new writing goals. Big Yikes. I have a lot to do this year, writing-wise, and coming off the shitstorm that was 2018, I’ve got my work cut out for me. But I’m up to it. Here is the tentative always-subject-to-change list of writer goals for the year:
I had a book signing on Saturday. Normally that fills me with excitement, and I really, really enjoy getting out there and being able to talk to the readers face-to-face. … Read more The Trials That Test Your Soul →
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I’m in the middle of a holiday week at the day job, which means I get extra writing time (hooray!) and I’m determined to use it wisely. I had planned… Read more What’s Up Wednesday: Revising A Revision Before The Next Revision →
This week has been a bit hectic, both at the day job and the run-up to NaNoWriMo and of course, Halloween. My neighborhood gets approximately eighty-thousand trick-or-treaters so it’s an… Read more Yikes! Has It Been A Week Since I Blogged? →
But it’s only a prelimary race . . . In other words, the first draft of the next book is done, and I’m frantically finishing up this round of edits.… Read more What’s Up Wednesday: Near The Finish Line →
I have been laugh-out-loud crazy busy. Borderline psychotic, even. What kind of idiot thinks they can fully research and write a first draft in six weeks? This kind, apparently. But the really weird thing is, I woke in the middle of the night a few days ago and had a sudden revelation about a cool plot hook and ever since, the book has pretty much been writing itself. So I’m plugging away, and God willing, we’ll have an awesome book (in hardcover!) circa 2019.
I’ve actually got a career background in marketing and sales courtesy of various day jobs over the years, and that’s really come in handy with the writer stuff. But it’s also a complete pain in the ass. Part of the reason I don’t work in marketing and sales anymore is that while I was really good at it, I. Hate. It.