Life’s become kind of a crazy string of days wherein I’m trying to: write 4,000 words a week; write little snippets for a new author website; arrange for an author photo; write letters to famous authors requesting cover blurbs; set up a newsletter; order dear daughter’s senior pictures; order DD’s graduation announcements (yes, this early!); clean the house; do the bills; decorate for Halloween; plan dear son’s birthday; do laundry for four; prepare dinner for four every weeknight; plan a trip to NYC; send a Halloween care package for college boy; set up files for new book stuff coming in; keep up with my three blogs; co-run a book club; drive dear son and dear daughter to various high school things; work my full-time job; and say hi to my family once in awhile. …
I’ll come up for air pretty soon!
Sorry about all the crazy but lots of it crazy good! I’m so happy for you!!
I’ve been asking for 2 days either for a clone or more hours in the day. I’ll let you know if I find a source to get one or both.
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Thanks, Kwana and Terri! It’s great to hear from authors who’ve already been in these trenches! (And you’re still sane … and sweet … and pretty … and standing upright, I imagine!) 🙂
Power on (as you can)! These are great days…
At some point you will be able to drop your day job, I’m sure. Let me know if you need more help with BC (evites, cooking–whatever!)
Thanks, Barbara! And — as you and Kwana both pointed out — these ARE great (albeit crazy) days. Even though I feel really tired (and always behind), I keep reminding myself that these are good problems to have! 😉