Have you ever found youreself in a place where you have all these ideas, all these storylines that desperately want and need attention, and so you're splitting your time trying to juggle them all?
It's funny. I've been working on my current WIP for the last 9 months or so, and just this morning finished the third revision. Yay! Feeling really pretty good about it. I have a query letter worked out, a 2-page synopsis (and no I'm writing any other version unless someone specifically asks for a 10-page one. Hate writing them at all), and a list of about 20 agents I'm going to start querying this week.
I also have the re-visited novel that I mentioned last post, the serial novel that Virtual Tales wants to see more of, so now I have to scurry around and work on the later chapters of that.
My website needs updating.
I need to decide if I'm going to enter anything in the Golden Heart contest this year.
I really should read and review some pieces I've been neglecting at one of my writer's groups.
My gardens need weeding and the pool needs closing and the lawn needs mowing and the outdoor furniture needs to be put away.
A stack of papers needs grading.
And the house could really use a good vacuuming.
How do people do it, who work full-time and put out 1 or 2 or 3 novels a year? I guess they don't sleep more than 5 or 6 hours a night. Or maybe they write faster than I do. Or maybe they don't have an addiction to Grey's Anatomy. Or spending hours online reading blogs and writing their own.
Gotta go. Have a terrific day.