It’s the end of the month and time for another segment of my monthly Wrap Up. This is where I open up about running my business and let you have a sneak peak into the dirty details of a Romance author’s career. I’m covering which projects I’m working on, any set backs or opportunities that come my way, the truth about submissions, and more.
I’m a firm believer in accountability, which is why starting last October, I’ve started detailing my goals for the next month and wrapping them up at the end. This helps me focus throughout the entire month, especially when I’m answering to my readership and not just myself. Shall we give it a try? For March, my goals include:
- Finishing revisions on my first full-length romantic suspense, Falling for Her Traitor per a R&R I received from a prospective publisher
- Keep a set writing schedule
MY PRIMARY PROJECT: WRITING CATEGORY ROMANCE
This month actually turned out really well in the revisions department. I feel as though I’m finally back on a set writing schedule (also one of my goals for this month) after struggling throughout January. I made it a goal to revise Falling for Her Traitor (used to be titled Desolation/my first full-length romantic suspense) per an R&R I received and funny enough, I was working on this same exact book, doing the same exact rewrite this time last year. [Read more…]