The picture pretty much says it all. I haven’t been writing. Have barely thought about it. For once, I have a good excuse for my laziness.
I was sick from the week of Christmas through the end of January. Other than going to work and sitting at my desk in misery, I pretty much did nothing but sleep for over a month.
Whatever I had probably would’ve cleared up a lot sooner had I gone to the doctor, but I don’t rush to get rid of any condition that takes away my appetite. (Ten pounds lost! Yay!)
Now I am back to full health and ready to write. I have a renewed passion for telling the tales of Lizzie Chandler and the rest of the gang. In fact, I’m so motivated that I am going to do revisions on the e-books that are now available on Amazon.
I’m not planning to make major changes to the e-books. I want to polish them a bit and make them seem less like they were written by an Indie writer who does everything on her own without even a proofreader. Granted, I am an Indie writer who does everything on my own, and I plan to stay that way. I just don’t want my books to reflect that I’m an amateur.
My goal—or maybe I should say resolution since it’s still pretty early in the year—is to treat writing like it is important to me, because it is. I’ve just gotten off track with it.
From now on, I hope to work on my books at least three days a week. In addition, I will post more regularly to my blogs.
That seems like a pretty reasonable plan. I should be able to stick with it. I can’t succeed in writing if I don’t do any!