Yesterday, I went through my list of post ideas and tried to pick one that would be perfect to publish today. I considered writing about how you should write, but I just posted about naming characters. I consider rambling about my books, but I’ve done that way too much already.
Then I considered not posting. But I felt like that would be a bad way to kick of my new, two-post-a-week schedule (more on that later). So … what should I post?
“Completely random updates?” Why not. I haven’t anything lamer to do today.
Now, I’m going to try to make this post as neat and tidy as possible, but … bear with me. It’s also going to be short. Brevity, my dear, is the soul of blogging.
Update 1: The New Schedule
That’s right! From now on there will only be two posts a week at Reveries. I’m just too busy to carry on with three a week, and this way you’ll appreciate each post more.
At least, that’s my theory.
The posting days will be Wednesday and Saturday. When blog tours, contests, or other stuff comes up, there may be more posts a week or posts on random days, etc. However, generally, you can count on me for Wednesday and Saturday.
Update 2: Writing Plans
I’ve got the rest of my writing year mapped out, ladies and gents! Here’s how it goes.
June: publish IvIn and TDS
July: finish Once a Stratton and begin Interpreting Callie James
August: finish Interpreting Callie James, ask for alpha readers for At Her Fingertips
September/October: outline Beyond Her Calling
November: writing Beyond Her Calling
December: edit At Her Fingertips
I know, I know. I won’t be getting to some stuff I said I would this year, like editing Flowers and writing Caught in a Spell.
But I’m sick of being rushed and stressed and all those lovely things. Time to slooow down!
Update 3: The Typewriter Project
Mahriya over at My Bookish Life is hosting a big inspirational authory … thing of sorts called ‘The Typewriter Project.’ I’ve decided to participate. You can read more about it here. It looks like it’s going to be super fun, so be sure to join up!
Update 4: Editing Mood Swings
Lately, while editing, I’ve been going between, “I’m never going to finish this; I’d better cancel my publishing plans,” and “I can totally do this!” I suppose it depends on how much trouble I’m having getting a sentence to work or rewriting a paragraph. XD Writer’s are fickle creatures …
Update 5: I actually practiced my clarinet today!
What? ‘Tis a cause to celebrate, my sweet cuz. Although … you’re not my sweet cuz. But that’s totally beside the point.
What do you think of my new schedule? What about my writing plans? Are you entering The Typewriter Project? Do you have editing mood swings? WHY IS CLARINET SO HARD?!
Find out in the comments! *magic noises*