Oops, almost forgot to put up something for today.
Lately I’ve been focusing more on the other side of writing, or rather, the business side. Lining up events, marketing, sending off whatever information someone needs… It’s been a bit of a whirlwind month and it’s only going to pick up from here.
Which means I’m not getting a whole lot done on the writing/editing side.
I look at my schedule with trepidation as events get closer. Facebook takeover – how do I do that? The without sounding boring part. I got some awesome advice at Library Comic Con for when I’m doing those types of events, but what about that panel coming up?
While all of that is enough to scare this introvert, I think I might be more concerned that I’m falling behind on my schedule of getting editing done on Twice Cursed. And to think, I was ahead. I’ve already pushed aside a side project that I like to work on in these couple of months leading up to NaNoWriMo while whatever book I’m working on is out to beta readers.
I guess my insecurity for the month is if I can stay on task and keep up with all the new things happening. And that’s not even counting all the personal changes that have happened lately either.
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You can do it! I’m one of the co-hosts this month, and wanted to stop in and say, “hi!” http://www.raimeygallant.com
It’s hard to balance both. I tended to get through the main marketing stuff before getting back to the writing.
Wouldn’t it be great if you can. Stop time or have a time turner so you can catch up and get things done. I’m sure you’ll find a way to manage all the new stuff going on because when there’s a will…
Good luck with NaNoWriMo. I’m participating again this year. Now to get my current WIPs as wrapped up as possible and out of the way.