|Me shooting at the itty-bitty target in the distance.|
As I have mentioned before real life demands, as in my day job, have slowed my writing to a crawl. I've been taking some time away from writing and reading and doing other things, but as people who follow my model-making and gaming blog know I've been writing up my hobby activity, and for those who follow me on FaceBook my archery.
It seems that the urge to write hasn't gone away, and if anything the urge to write more novels remains.
However, being the victim of my own success I've found myself increasing my day job from two to three days, which doesn't sound like much, but it is. My job is quite demanding and leaves me drained, not helped by my rheumatoid arthritis. My consultant may cheerfully write that I'm in remission, but remission is not the same thing as cured.
So my plan is to do less frequent updates here and on my other blog too I suspect. Hopefully, I can maximize what spare time I have to working on my novels.
Talking of which, I managed to surprise myself by editing more words than I thought I would on Strike Dog. More importantly I began rewriting a chapter from a different character's point of view that I really, really wasn't looking forward to doing, because it felt like drudge work. Not only that but, I had some ideas come together for my third novel Ghost Dog and I'm currently working on two new point of views to weave into the plot. One I had planned, as in my Alpha reader pointed out I'd left a plot strand hanging, and the other is different idea bouncing off the first.
So that's all for this post.