I've mentioned here before that
I'm writing several novel series at the same time--four, to be exact.
Fortunately, right now, I'm able
to focus on one of them, my Barkery and Biscuits series for Midnight Ink.
That's because I'm just finishing
up the edits on the first in the series, BITE THE BISCUIT, which will be a May
release.Plus, the next manuscript for
which I'm under deadline will be number two in the same series, due on June
1.I've been plotting it and have begun
writing it.So far, I don't have a
working title, but I will.
It's unusual for me to be able to
focus on one series like that.The last
manuscript I finished was for one of my Alpha Force paranormal romances for
Harlequin Nocturne, plus I revised a proposal for a Harlequin Romantic
Suspense.And soon, I'll need to write
my next Superstition Mystery for Midnight Ink.
Like most people, writers and
readers alike, I multitask.I've always
done so, especially when I was formerly practicing law as a transactional real
estate attorney.Now that I'm not
actively pursuing another profession, I'm a full-time writer.But that doesn't mean that all I do is
write.For one thing, I still volunteer
at an animal shelter.And recently, I've
become interested in a local political campaign and have done a bit of blog
writing for a candidate I like.
But plotting and writing is who I
am.I may go off on tangents, as most of
us do, but I always get back to, and focus on, what's particularly important to
me: creating and sharing stories I hope everyone will enjoy.