Friday Ramblings From An Author-Full Workload Ahead



Today I sat down and put together my to-do list for the rest of September and October. I added lots of things and wonder how many I’ll achieve. Of course, there are the things that have to be done and then there are chores that can wait. One thing that is coming up is I get rights back to three more books before the year is over. The three stories were part of a trilogy so now I’m thinking about not only republishing them but putting them together and maybe even making a print book. It means more work and an extra cover to make but I’m up to the challenge.

Thank you to Kryssie, this week’s guest blogger, and to Hank for the interview. There’s still time to enter the giveaway of Hank’s latest book, Trust Me. Just leave a comment on the post by midnight Eastern today (Sept 14th) and one winner will be picked at random.

I did get another Skillshare class published and uploaded, here’s the link for the next installment in my Novel Writing Blueprint series…this one is about time, setting and being genre specific-

Next week I’ll be publishing the next non-fiction class which is about keeping your freelance business running smoothly.

After that I’m revamping the Write a Novel in 30 Days class…can’t believe it’s been almost 2 years since I recorded it. I’ll also be adding another class about NaNoWriMo with more tips.

Let’s all enjoy the last weekend of the summer (or depending on where you’re at, fall).

Have a good week and happy writing to all.

Friday Ramblings

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