Hello, Readers! Happy Friday!
I have been looking at all the books I’d like to finish next year and I’m working on putting them in an order for completion. This is the fun part for me as I get to look at everything I want to write and those stories that have sat in my head ready to be written.
While this last year wasn’t the productive year I had hoped for, I still call it a success. I managed to publish two books in one year, so I’m okay with that. However, I’d like to see a busier writing year this coming one. There are far too many stories that I want to tell than I have time to tell them, so I need to quit procrastinating and wasting time.
I’m excited to dive into all of the stories that are rolling around in my head, it’s just a matter of organizing them so that my brain isn’t trying to work on all of them at once. That makes for quite a traffic jam in my head. Most of the time when a friend comes to me with this problem, I ask them what book do you want to work on the most.
Now, being on the other end of that, I can honestly say, that is the most unhelpful question ever. Especially, if my friends are like me and there are several of them that have been stewing for a while. Since, that isn’t going to work for me, I’m going to go with the book I have closest to finishing and work backward from there.
It is on the agenda to release, at least, the next two Treaty of Dragons books this coming year. For those of you that have been awaiting book three, I give my deepest apologies. It isn’t that I haven’t been working on it, it is simply that I haven’t managed to keep focused these last six months or so.
So, I’m hoping for a great release year. Last year I set the goal at four books released and I made two of them. That means this year I’ll hold with the goal of four books released this coming year, until I hit that goal, at that point then I will make it a bigger goal and keep striving forward.
For those of you that have been purchasing my books throughout the year, I want to thank you. It truly is a blessing to have my books read by all of you.
Until next time, remember to L.O.L. (Live it, Own it, Love it) or it isn’t worth doing.