It’s frightening how fast this is becoming real.
I’m working hard on Heinlein’s rule #4. Part one of that is to schedule what I have so it’s not a massive dump in one shot. My goal, right now, is content every week. As I mentioned yesterday, that schedule looks daunting, but doable. Frighteningly doable. I think that’s what scares me the most about doing this is the getting going.
The work is not insurmountable. The biggest part is done. The writing. I’ll do some cleaning up and formatting of each short story. I’ll be putting together the collections. Then I’ll get the ebook versions of all completed books done. Finally the print versions. Then it’s time for mass uploading.
I’ll be getting everything uploaded and scheduled as far in advance as I can. I want this on auto pilot while I work in writing new works. Yes, I stalled out on rule #4, I can’t let #5, start the next thing, bite me in the ass. Once I get all this done and uploaded, the work won’t stop. Writing needs to happen if I’m going to finish the other 5 books I want to have done this year.
Thinking about it makes my head hurt, but not because I’m stressed about it. Quite the opposite. I’m excited. I’m front loading as much as possible to free up my brain power to focus on the task at hand. It’s going to be a wild ride.
I’m off to get work done! I look forward to upcoming posts when content starts to drop.
Until Next Time!
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