Adjusting the Works in Progress List

I was going through my goals for 2012 today (something I do about twice a month), and my husband and I are currently debating when to take a vacation.  I don’t want to be heavily involved with any editing (sending the stories off to be edited and proofread are a different matter), but I don’t want to be in that stage.  So I’m trying to plan a way to get three of these current works in progressed published by early summer. 

Focus 1:

Her Heart’s Desire is the logical choice since that is over halfway done. 

An Inconvenient Wife is flowing the best (meaning the storyline is progressing nicely.)

The hard one was choosing the final book to focus on, but I figure it’s time to finish the Native American Romance Series.  Bound by Honor, Bound by Love is the final book in the series, so I’ll focus on that.

I’ll see how things are going on those books (and the others that will be down to a “if I get around to it” for the daily word count) are doing about a month from now and decide if the plan is working or not.  Next month is iffy about meeting word count goals only because my husband will be back and there’s Spring Break for the kids.  I know we’ll be wanting to do things as a family. 

If anyone wonders when To Have and To Hold will be out, it’s due out on Amazon, B&N, and Apple in March.  It’ll be up on Smashwords sooner than the other booksites.  Now, I have no idea when Sony, Diesel and Kobo will put them up.  Those sites take longer, and I haven’t figured out the pattern yet.

This doesn’t mean I won’t be working on Mitch’s Win and Forever Yours.  I’ll do those as time permits.  😀

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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 or check out
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2 Responses to Adjusting the Works in Progress List

  1. Judy DV says:

    Yea! Bound by Honor 🙂

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