I’ve got a bit of travel on in the next few weeks, which means there will be some articles coming – and I’d love to tell you about my start to finish resources that I use as an author (from AppSumo to ZZZZZ), Five essential author tools (including Evernote), and Sleep Hygiene for horror writers. […]
Yeah, yeah, I know. I’ve been talking about being pretty beaten lately – and I didn’t do what I expected to do this May and take time off – I managed three whole days, where I felt seriously guilty and annoyed that I was maybe missing stuff that I needed to help out with.
In short, I’m no good at taking a step back when I need to.
The positives though – since putting out Glass Block just under a month ago, I’ve managed to finish five non-fiction books, which are queued out as far as Amazon will let me. The first one comes out the end of this month and is called ‘21 healthy habits‘. It’s a set of daily, weekly and writerly things that you can do to find time to write and hopefully, a bit of encouragement that you’re not alone.
But there’s also all of these coming in the coming months!
I’ll be offering the chance to have people review these closer to the end of the period that the final ones are coming out – plus we’ll be bundling these up into a $10 boxed set, if you want to wait!
Fiction wise, things are a lot slower. I’ve got a new story on the go, that’s a serial in 30 parts (alphabet, plus a couple more!) but I’m still enjoying getting to know the characters, so I’m not so worried. Because it’s in 30 parts, I’m being sensible and they’ll be novelletes/novellas. Well, maybe.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m still quite down right now – I’m very tired and still quite unwell, when it comes down to it, but I’m up to some fun stuff, so that kinda helps.
Most of the fun stuff I’m getting into is apps – but that’s for another post