My writing life is getting busy, and that’s a wonderful thing! I’m actively ignoring various new opportunities, even though they look interesting, because my plate is filling and I need to make sure it doesn’t overflow.
I’m in the planning stages with a publisher regarding writing more short stories about life on the moon. I’ll share more details when plans are more solid. I’m very excited about continuing these!
Later this month, the Theme-thology Real World Unreal comes out with my story The House on Paladin Court. More about that later…
I’m going back to some of my more successful strategies:
- 500+ words is a barely acceptable day
- 1000+ words is a good day
- 2000+ words is the ideal
- It’s fine if I miss a day each week.
Each day should include some of the “other stuff” writers need to do. If there’s a day when this takes precedence over actual writing, that’s OK, as long as it doesn’t happen too often.
My previous goals mentioned editing my polyamorous duology of Kingdom Come novels, Jubilation of the Southern Cross and Hearthsong. Because I’m working on the lunar shorts, this editing process is postponed at least until September.