Lots of shenanigans have been going on over the last several months. From conventions to photo shoots, I’ve been all over the map and back again. That’s not even taking into consideration the travel I do weekly for the day job!
And let’s be honest, I’ve been a long time in writing the next books in two of my series: the Triton Experiment series and Terra’s Guardians.
As you can see by the status graphics on the side bar of my blog, I’m working on them. And one might think I should be working on them faster. But that’s not where I want my focus to be, at least not as the primary goal. I want quality in my writing. After all, if the quality isn’t good enough, they might not be accepted on submission. No. First and foremost, I want to share good stories with my readers. I want to create stories that are well written with strong plots and memorable characters. As a secondary goal, I want to learn to do this at a faster pace than what I’ve been managing over the last year.
I’m buckling down to really finish the draft of Fighting Kat in the coming weeks. I’m not looking beyond it, not planning other stories or running off to conventions or photo shoots. I won’t be working on any other projects. Fighting Kat has my full attention until the draft is done. That’s my promise and I’m making myself accountable right here.