Writing Goals For Early Next Year

Keep in mind this is a tentative schedule of what I plan to do. 

January

First…

 I will pick up where I left off with Brave Beginnings on January 1 on my First Draft Blog.  So that will be exciting. 

Second…

I want to have the revised version of ‘A Chance In Time’ finally up.  I deleted the chapter where Cole confronts Ted Jacob and Blake.  I thought it was a little jarring for anyone who hasn’t read Meant To Be or would spoil that book should they choose to read it.  So I opted to have Cole tell Penelope his side of the story.

Third…

Those of you keeping track of my sci-fi thriller/supernatural thriller will be interested to know that novella #4 is tentatively due out at the end of January.  I have begun this one, but it’s slow going with having just completed a novella under my pen name and working on Bid for a Bride.  Plus, the light revision for ‘A Chance In Time’.  But we’ll see.  I finished the revision on ‘A Chance In Time’ today and will give myself a break from it.  I hope to work on this novella and finish the first draft before Christmas.

February

This is due for my pen name.  My first book and a free short story will be released via my publisher. 

March

I hope to have Bid for a Bride available at some point this month in its final form, but don’t be surprised if it’s April instead.

I haven’t decided what else I want to work on at this moment.  It’s hard to plan that far ahead because I never know what I’ll be in the mood to write.  I’m not in the mood to get back to the Larsons right now, so I’ve been doing other projects.  I know they’re popular with a lot of people, but I have to wait until I’m inspired.  Otherwise, the stories fall flat.

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to www.ruthannnordin.com or check out https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.wordpress.com.
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