Q: How do you find the time to write?A: I know, I answered this one back in January. But as I struggle to reclaim the garden from weeds (the pictures are blueberries I've been spending some up close and personal time with) and research the next book, I realize that something is going to have to give.
Beginning Thursday, I have two weeks to turn in a six thousand word (more or less) chapter in a group novel. The first three chapters will have been completed by three other writers from the region -- when the book's completed, there'll be twelve chapters in all. That's all I can tell you now -- but this is gong to be a fun and exciting project.
And then I have to really buckle down to my next book.
I'm not going to stop blogging -- but I'm going to reduce the time I spend at it. I plan to make every other day a 'wordless ' post -- just pictures. And I invite you not to comment on these because on those days, I won't be visiting other blogs and commenting. That's where all the time goes, I'm afraid.
Oh, I'll still be checking in to see what you're up to -- just not everyday. And I hope you check on me too.
I may even try getting up at dark thirty to write. After working in the sun much of the day, I'm finding myself falling asleep over the keyboard.
We'll see how it goes ...