Let's discuss what I'm slacking at. As you know, The Sky Pirate's Wife has been finished since early March. I've been goofing off pretty much every day since it finished. Well, maybe goofing off is too hard a judgement. I've been trying to design a cover, working on The Turncoat's Temptress, and my sooper sekrit prajekt. Here's what stopping me from moving forward:
2) My comfort zone is writing. That's why I happily started working on TcT again and my sooper sekrit prajekt. Plus, it's fun to do something different after finishing a 90,000 word novel.
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is hard sometimes. Also, VB
looks like he's sort of giving up
and expects to be arrested. Hmm.
4) That cover I'm designing? Just. Won't. Work. The hunt for new pictures began 05/01. And ended 05/01. So now there's a new cover to design. And that can take hours to mold it into perfection. Yeah, I completely understand why graphic designers charge so much.
5) I'm looking at a July release. I know, I know, I was talking late May/mid-June after I finished writing. Please refer to #3. Tuesday night I sat down behind my computer and formatted it for e-pub. I got through two chapters before bedtime. I read way faster than that, but referring to #1, I hate that line by line stuff. If only there was a better way to motivate myself.
It's Friday. I have an ORA meeting tomorrow, which means a full day of writerly stuff. Go have fun, kids!