If this is Tuesday, this must be, um, Tuesday
Another day in paradise here at Rancho Lake. The state of working on a novel has become so pervasive for me that being between books feels very odd. I’ve still got about four short stories to write, then I’m off on Black Tulip. I find my head jumping a lot creatively right now. This is probably due to a lack of deliberate focus. In the last two days I’ve read the most recent of Cherryh’s Foreigner books, and Laumer’s collection Retief of the CDT.
Reading. Goodness. What a concept.
Last night I dreamt
The Fireside writers are meeting tonight. I’ll probably be doing marketing, writing the cover letters for one last big round of Mainspring [ Powell's | Amazon ] ARC sendouts and some short story sendouts. Sometimes I think I need another hobby, like knitting, then I think, where would I fit it in?
Time to go on some photographic walking tours, methinks.
If you write novels on a regular schedule, what do you do between projects?
If you don’t write novels on a regular schedule, why not?
Posted: 6:40 am Tue April 03 2007 |