A writer's brain never stops. At least, mine doesn't.
I'm constantly coming up with new ideas for stories and blogs. And this is a good thing, most of the time.
Last year, I started out with a plan to write two stories and get at least one more contract. Instead, I wrote three novels, most of a novella, a couple proposals, and got contracts for a three-book series and two more novellas. Needless to say, I'm not upping my goals this year.
That being said, want to know what I plan to work on writing-wise in 2022?
Books Being Published this year:
Obviously, I will be working on the books coming out this year, although they're mostly written and just need edits and marketing (except the novella, which only has two chapters so far). In fact, I'm going to be working on content edits for my June release ASAP. Here's what's coming out this year:
Books being published next year:
That's right. I already have some novels and a novella on the schedule for 2023! How amazing is that?
This year, I'll be finishing those manuscripts up and turning them in so they can get into your hands next year. Here's what's on the schedule.
Even though that all sounds like it will keep me busy for the rest of the year, you know I'll be working on more, too. I just can't help myself. Too many stories in my head wanting to get out.
I'm in the middle of working on a proposal for a story I wrote back in 2018 about a couple on the brink of divorce. I'm calling it For Better or For Granted. I love this story, and I'm trying to polish it up with hopes of grabbing a 2024 publication date (so far out and yet so close!).
I'm also hoping to write at least one more book this year, if not two. Why? Because I have a fun idea for another series I'm calling my College Chapel series. I wrote what will be the first book last year, though it still needs some tweaking. And I have an amazing idea for a second book that includes a Jane Austen lover and a football player. ;) More details on that later.
Is that enough? Probably, but we'll see what my Muses decide I should add to it.
So, what are you most excited about? Any of these stories sound good to you?
This is a place for me to tell you about what I'm writing, talk about the process or where some of my ideas came from, or even have other authors come in and talk about their books.
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