Mine has been a lovely mix of boating, sleeping in, sunshine and writing.
I'm keeping up with my #1000wordsaday challenge. Some days I have skipped but I'm making sure I catch up the next so that I stay on track. This is as much about establishing good habits for me as it is huge word counts.
I'm at the end of a book. Usually I write chronologically in a story, which is much better for me, but sometimes if I have a block I skip ahead so I don't stall and then lose a month procrastinating. This week I've been going back and filling in missing scenes in book 2 in my Upper Crust Series. This is some of the hardest bits of writing for me and I read through the novel along the way changing bits, adding bits and making notes of what is missing. I think it's hard because you're focussing on the flaws. Oh yes and sometimes the reason I have skipped a scene is because it's hard to write and a couple of months later, well nothing has changed.
Anyway, after today I'll be done with that and moving on to Book 4 in the series or perhaps a novella I have an idea for.
Being out on in the summer sun has made me want to write a book about Sydney again. I have a fun fish out of water idea that I think will work well for a novella so maybe that can be my January project, while the sun is shining and I'm melting in to my keyboard.
One of the reasons I like that idea is I have lots of American readers who find the opposite scenes and tarditions here in Australia a little disconcerting so I thought I might write a book for them.
Meanwhile here's the cover of Book 2 in the Upper Crust series. If you've read Any Way You Slice it you may recall Lucy, who works with Ppiper at Pied Piper's Pies. This book is Lucy's story. Lucy needs a date for her high school reunion and Cherie is keen to put her matchmaking skills to good use again. It's a fun story about families, friendships and finding your way.