Only in Arizona, does one go outside in the rain and hail. A monsoon storm at the end of September is better than no monsoon at all! Cheers to the weather person for making my night.
I don’t want to brag…cough…cough, but I’ve actually kept these pretties alive for one whole week. Anyone who knows me, knows that is quite an accomplishment. Under my care, most plants are on death row. Sigh. The struggle is real.
So, here it goes – this example is what my day, Monday through Friday, looks like –
- wake at 2:30 am.
- Have a cup of coffee
- 3:00 am, begin writing or editing
- 4:00 am, walk the dog
- 4:30 am, ready myself for work
- 5:00 am, write or edit until 7:00 am
- 7:00 am, Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho, it’s off to work I go.
- 4:30 pm, come home, visit with family
- 5:00 pm, pick up laptop and begin writing again.
- 6:00 pm, eat dinner.
- 6:30 pm, walk the dog
- 7:30 pm, go to bed
- Hit repeat.
Saturday and Sunday is a whole new adventure – six to eight hours each day writing. Ah…that’s the sweet stuff.
Such is the life of a wanna-be author, and I wouldn’t change a thing – well, except maybe be a world-famous author…wink, wink.
Just signed my second contract with Wild Rose Press for the prequel to welcome to Aberdeen-Hometown Player. Now, the work begins…editing…ugh, I’m the worst at the job.