From the Writer's Desk - Water's Eye 29
Whenever I take a break from writing, no matter how many days it is, it's always an adjustment to go back. I'm not talking about taking days off from my talent job, that just doesn't happen. I spent four straight days working on my "final read-through" for NOCHY Fly and NOCHY Spy. Both are sitting on the publisher's desk right now, waiting to be put out for publication later this year. I should be all set to finish the 2 straight years of publishing a book a month.
But don't worry, I have plenty more where those come from... just not written. I've been adjusting my writing schedule, around a desire not to get stuck on these series for over a year at a go. Trying to get more of a variety in what I've been writing. Trying to get more of my ideas out there, rather than being bogged down by one or two.
And yet, so much relies on things outside of my control. Getting stuck in my day job. Whether or not I'll succeed in my new plans for an annual December book. How fast the ideas come to me, which is always faster than I can write them. And whether or not I'm a good enough writer to hit those topics outside of my wheelhouse.
In any case, I think I'm set for the next six years: