At the moment my hand is strapped up due to an injury, and because of that I've had to cut back on computer time. I had planned on spending a lot of the holidays writing so I was a little put-out by this (as you can guess!) However, on the positive side I've been able to read my way through a significant portion of the Leaning Tower of Pisa that is my to be read pile.
Keeping away from the computer means I haven't read quite as many online articles and blogs as I usually do, but I've noticed a recurring theme in those I have read. The theme is hardly surprising given the time of year. You've guessed it - goals and resolutions.
The ones I've read have been very realistic and helpful on the subject, and because I can't spend too long typing one-handed I thought I'd share a few of the links with you.
How to keep your writing going - Dean Wesley Smith
Find balance over your years, not your days - Raptitude
Create an Action-Packed New Year - James J. Murray
New Year Resolutions for Self-published Writers - The Alliance of Independent Authors
All ahead for a productive, but most importantly, happy time.
Now for a bit of shameless self-promotion - if your taste in reading is romantic suspense then Driftwood is free at the moment on Amazon.
The last person Juliet
expects to meet on a work trip is Luke. She has changed her name and
worked hard to ensure he wouldn't find her, but now he is back in her
life again. Is it chance, or something more sinister?
secrets she needs to keep hidden, but Luke wants to renew their
relationship. After meeting him incidents occur that make her fear the
unthinkable. Her life may be in danger.
She leaves Auckland for
Sydney on a business trip, but Luke appears there. Can she trust him, or
are his secrets more dangerous than the ones she hides.
Secrets and lies can be a killer.