Much was sacrificed during the making of Book Two, something I will begin rectifying immediately including…
- Reading. I’d set a goal to read a book a week in 2014. I’m ten books behind. While having read 31 books already this year might seem great, I read 75 books in 2013 so I’m unimpressed with myself, even though I honestly have no clue how I pulled off reading so much last year.
- Friends! *WAVES* I’m here. I’m sorry. I suck. Please still like me.
- Cleaning. I’ll spare you a photo of the “scary room.” It’s actually our office, but we use it as a dump site for everything and anything. Currently there are papers piled on my desk for filing from March through October, books strewn everywhere that have yet to make it on my shelves, camping gear, photos awaiting find frames, and some of the items from when I decluttered and de-glutened my kitchen that I have yet to give away. I’ll spare you a photo.
- Emojis and Ebola: I should probably brush up on the news and latest technology.
- Pondering my next project. I have a few ideas. I’m hoping to jot down some notes. I’d contemplated NaNoWriMo on Friday, but then quickly reconsidered because that’d be cray-cray after the insanity of the last few months. I need a break. Or at least a gentle writing guideline and not one that involves writing a novel of at least 50,000 words during the month of November.
- Get reacquainted with Novel Escapes. Post more reviews. Regularly.
- Maybe write some blog posts and possibly attempt some marketing for Redesigning Rose.
- Gardening. My poor, poor garden. Thankfully husband has been tending to it, but I suspect he may now think he’s claimed it and staking my territory again next spring will be a struggle.
- Television! So behind.
Disclaimer: The above list is not inclusive of everything requiring my attention after finishing Drafts Two and Three of Book Two and is not in order of priority.
Here’s one shiny manuscript on its way to one beta reader. I couldn’t bring myself to transport it in anything but the New York Public Library tote I scored on my trip last May.
One thought on “Emojis and Ebola: Catch Up Time”
My own life is crazy (oh, god, so crazy) buuuut maybe I could help with some marketing? I need something to make me happy. I’m glad that you’re back in the land of living. Can’t wait to read Book #2!