It’s been a slog to do much writing in the past few years. That was due to many factors, including a number of family things going on. Also the success of my web business meant less time for writing.
One of my New Year’s resolutions for 2015 was to change that. Since I’m closing in on retirement age anyway, I’m limiting the amount of new web business I take on, and I’m making an effort to reserve a couple of hours a day for writing.
So far it’s working, although March is being slow due to my new grandson’s appearance. But still the writing marches on.
Already this year, I’ve finished revisions on Wired for Murder and submitted it to my editor and I’ve started on a novella in the Market Center Mysteries, which I’ve tentatively titled Beaded for Destruction. I’m excited about having some new projects in the pipeline.
I’ve also pulled out a couple of older projects that I’m revising with an eye to submission. I hope to have one making the rounds by this summer.