Log Post: 2020-01-27
Hey! Hi there. Looks like I fell off the end of the world once again. I hate when that happens. Looking back, I didn’t make a blog post for the entire year of 2019. I had a lot of big plans in 2018. All of which, for many, many reasons I won’t go into on this post, didn’t happen. Let’s just say, it’s 2020 and it’s time for me to revisit all my writing goals and plans and get back on track.
I did write during 2020. I have five books I’ve written over the past two years that I need to edit, cover, and release. I’m still planning on doing a re-release of freshly edited versions of my current books in the series I’m working on and that will still happen as I get ready to drop the new books. At the same time, I need to gear up and get back to work on all the books I intend to write this year.
There were big plans for 2019 coming into 2020 and a lot of discussion happened in the background. A lot of plans and commitments. Sadly, that hasn’t come to fruition as it seemed all involved had minor (or major) life rolls that put our efforts on hold for a short time. That short time became a long time. Now, I’m not 100% certain that brilliant project will happen and it makes me a little sad.
At the same time, it frees me up to engage in another project I plan to kick off in 2020 that will accompany my getting writing again and working on my visibility. Every author needs a platform and I need to work on mine.
The first step is to start blogging on a regular basis once again. I won’t promise daily. I won’t even promise weekly. I do plan to be more regular, though.
Yes, I do have book news. Mike Plested and I have gotten Jack Kane and the Kaiser out into the world. We are currently working on plotting book 3 so we can prepare to get that one written and released in a much quicker fashion. Yes, there was far too much time between Book 1 and Book 2. Again, so much going on in the background that I won’t get into here. Let’s just say, I’m very happy with this book being out and excited to hear what people think about it.
I’m going to keep this short as I could ramble on for hours. I will save that for the next post. I turned 50 last year. It’s time to get serious about what I’m going to do with the rest of my life. <grin>
Until Next Time!