My August Disappearing Act

For those of you who follow my blogs, you might have noticed a bit of a gap in my August blog productions. For those who don’t follow my blogs as closely and have noticed no such discrepancies, you can skip this article and continue reading at your leisure. Or read it and find out where I’ve been and what I’ve been doing – your choice!
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Updates for July 2018 Onward

Luckily for everyone, this is going to be a short update announcement. Feels like I just had one of these not too long ago, huh? Guess I’m getting better at revamping my schedules and processes in order to make better decisions for how my life is progressing. That’s both good and bad, for multiple reasons, but for now I’ll just stick to what’s going on in my crazy, busy life.

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Deadlines: How to Make Them and Know When to Break Them

Hello all. It’s with a heavy heart that I have to say that my initial writing plans and deadlines have derailed – for the moment. 

If any of your read my first post, you’ll know that my goal was to write 13 series in a little over a year. This is still the overall goal, but unfortunately due to my day job and other outside forces, I wasn’t able to get in any writing for the next series, The Maydale Hauntings, this month (well, there were 10,000 words that I put down, but I’ll likely go back and review the quality since I was distracted from my writing at that time).

As sad as I am about this minor setback, I’m also glad to see that I can make the best of this situation and learn from it. Currently, my life is all about my job, writing deadlines, future goals, start and end dates, successes, and failures. There’s been very little time for friends and family, and even less for myself. April is always the busiest time of year for me, and this year was no exception. With numerous company events and other responsibilities, I didn’t have enough time to sit down and let the words flow as they normally do.

Was That Such a Bad Thing?

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