Now here's something I don't talk about on the blog too much. For all that everything I do orbits around writing, I spend very little time talking about The Craft itself. After all, what's there to say that hasn't been said a million times over? You can find limitless advice on writing everywhere you look. Indie publishing in its current incarnation is relatively new, so the ground here is somewhat untread, and I have a lot more to say on that topic.
Yet here we are. I'm writing. Specifically, I'm working on All Hallows Moon, with a looming deadline and not enough time. I won't get much done on it in the next three weeks-- I'm going on vacation and I'm going to be busy. So I have to squeeze out as much as I can in the next two days, and then really push to finish it when I return.
Meanwhile, I'm also editing The 19 Dragons. I've picked the release date (which I'm announcing very soon) so I need to finish it and get it to beta readers. I won't be as promotion-heavy on this one as I am on Six Moon Summer and its kin, since T19D is a novella and a way to fill in the months between each book. (But a very good way!)
I've got such a busy schedule that sometimes I forget my #1 job as a writer is to write. So I'm going to turn off Twitter and do it. There's books to finish, guys, and they won't write themselves.