Writing, Writing, Writing

That's what writers do--write.

Though I know there are some who don't do as much as others. 

I write everyday, but not always on my work in progress. In fact, I don't really have a work in progress at the moment.

What I do have is a book that is completed, but I still have to read the last chapter to my critque group then send it off to an editor.

I have ideas, a title and the first two lines for my next book.

What I have been writing:

This blog post.

Bits and pieces for two newsletters. 

Two program designs for people wanting to open residential facilities. (I'd rather be working on the new book, but these bring in much needed income.)

And what's been taking most of my writing time working on the re-editing of the Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery series.This is something I need to get done ASAP. It takes a lot of time, but is enjoyable since I've truly forgotten a lot about these books. 

That pretty much sums it up--but remember, besides writing I have a husband and home to tend to and all that goes with it. It's always been that way from the time I was raising kids, working full time, and had my own residential care home. I wrote.

Marilyn


Comments

Thonie Hevron said…
Funny, we do this author thing because we love to write, not because we love marketing, editing and all this profession takes. We'd all rather write. You're so busy, it's a wonder that you find time to do what you love. It's a tribute to your self-discipline and organization.
I can assure you if I wrote for the money, I'd have quit long ago.
Writing is what I do. Thanks for commenting, Thonie!

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