The last few weeks have been an immersion of writing, deadlines, research and winter weather. Breathing room has settled, in and so have new schedules, Morning Muse included.
The release of my next book, The Quiet Spirits, became the focus of my attention over the last part of February. The completion of the third round of editing moved the pages to the hands of the beta readers. The writing and planning process doesn’t stop while I await for its return. The book cover needs to be designed and talks with publishers are only a few of the items on the list. All, in an effort to meet my own internal deadlines to have this book released in the fall of this year.
An invitations to write as a guest for other websites and blogs, are always an honour. Carrot Ranch Communications contacted me to submit a piece for their Raw Literature Series. Having the opportunity to write about how I write was a lot of fun. Raw From the Soul Read more . . .
Morning Muse will continue as a once a week entry on Sunday. This will be my last Wednesday Morning Muse post (for now). Topics will continue along the same vein as they have in past.
Flash Fiction Challenges (99 Words and 52 Words) will posted as they are written. I love writing these micro stories that can't be prepared for. When the weekly prompt arrives is when I get the brain in gear.
O.K. the new schedule is settling out, so what else is going on?
I am going to be implementing notification of activities and posts by E-mail to those on our mailing list. Yes, you will have the option to decline or unsubscribe from these E-mails.
The Ann Edall-Robson FB page has already seen some changes. You can now purchase ALL of my books from this bit of social media; and, I’ve made it easier for you to contact me from this location. I am looking at doing further modifications here as I go forward.
All of the changes and goings on is a better fit in my writing world. I will now have time to work on other projects that have been simmering on the back burner, giving them the attention they deserve.
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