My writing and editing goals (along with others) seem to have gotten derailed.
But I’m trying to get back on track and moving again.
I have so much I want to do this year that it’s kind of overwhelming, so I’m going to try to focus on smaller pictures rather than the big one.
The big one, of course, is to get The Academy of the Accord edited, beta read, and revised so that I can start releasing the books in January of 2017.
That’s a lot and it’s overwhelming to think about, so I’m focusing on smaller goals.
Like getting the changes to Book 1 entered into Word so I can send it to my patiently nagging beta reader before the end of this month. I have roughly 150 pages to go to finish it and then a quick once-over and then off to Danielle. I figure if I can do ten pages a day on work days and more on my days off I should be able to get it to her before the 31st.
Then it will be on to entering the changes to Book 2 while I finish the first round paper edits of Book 3. (I’m roughly a third of the way through it.)
And so on.
April is Camp NaNoWriMo (yes, I am thinking that far ahead) so I need to have as much done as possible before then because everything else will get put on hold for it and NaPoWriMo.
And again in July for the second Camp Session and then in November for the regular NaNoWrimo.
And somewhere in there I need to finish the revisions for Onyx Sun and get it released. And finish Hedge House. And Book Two of The Other Mages.
But I’m getting ahead of myself, which is how I got derailed in the first place. I need to focus on just one thing right now. Well, three things. Finishing the changes to Book One, finishing the first round edits of Book Three, and finishing the first draft of Book Six. Then I’ll think about the next steps.