We’re through

My posts have been sparse lately. This month was I lost my only client for my business and decided that as soon as I had everything wrapped up, I would go and change it over to get ready for publishing.

Except the end hasn’t been the end. He’s still asking me to do things, which keeps pushing off when I can finally close everything down. I just want to tell him “we’re through” so I can make sure that I get my last payments in.

At this point I can only laugh at the irony of the situation. So I’ll make a little more, but I really want to move forward to new and exciting things. As does my husband it seems by his insistence on wanting me to give him a tutorial on how everything works and all the numbers (accountants…geesh). The only problem: I barely have a better idea¬†on self-publishing than he does.

A little too different #IWSG

So I’ve been working on editing the second book in my series and I’m starting to become concerned that it is perhaps too different than the first book.

I’m digging into the darkest secrets of my main character. Forcing them to the surface for both her and those close to her to have to deal with. Previously, she’s kept a lot to herself – more shown to the reader than the other characters around her.

Perhaps scaring myself with what I’m working on is a good thing. Being concerned that I’m pushing into dangerous territory and something different will help keep it fresh. Maybe if this book doesn’t work out now, I can hold the concept for later.

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