Very recently, I reclaimed one of my work days as a writing day. That means I have the incredible privilege and pleasure of having two full days per week to write, 8:00am-5:00pm. I am very excited about being able to do that.
But ... on Monday, I finished another manuscript. It's the one that I'd interrupted (twice) so I could work on other stuff, so it took me longer to complete than usual. And now that I'm done, and waiting for revisions ... I have time on my hands.
I'm not sure this is a good thing.
I have revisions coming my way very soon. For not one, but THREE projects. But that might take a few weeks, maybe even a month. And in the meantime ...
What do you do when you're between projects? Do you celebrate, happy to have accomplished your task for the time being? Do you blog? Beta? Tweet? Er ... spend time with friends? Watch television? Or do you do what I do and climb the walls because your mind is just that restless?
AND! Here is something I am very excited about: On Monday, Dawn Rae Miller will be guest blogging to discuss her book LARKSTORM. We had a little conversation that ranged from how her protagonist deals with cognitive dissonance to what's required to successfully self-publish. I hope you'll come back and see what she has to say!