Saturday, June 9, 2007
Too Much To Do
I've decided that I have to quit my mundane job at the publishing co. There's just no way I can get all my writing done when I have to give 40 hours a week to data entry. It's disturbing to have all these creative spurts of energy and not be able to do anything about it. So I'll have to give up my day job and write full time. I'm sure my husband would understand.


But seriously, lately all I've wanted to do was to write. I've got too many wips floating around that I'd love to dig into. I have my novella that I MUST FINISH and this new sequel to Sweet Forever which is flowing out of me so quickly. Not to mention that I'm blogging over at the Whiskey Creek Press Myspace blog on Monday. I have absolutely no idea what I'm going to blog about. I could just promote Finally Home, or I could post something really helpful to other authors. I'm just afraid that I'll ramble on and on.

Kind of like I do here.

Anyway, the guys are out, one daughter is at NH Special Olympic summer games and my other daughter is busy elsewhere. I should take advantage and get some writing done.
posted by Ceri Hebert @ 4:04 PM  
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I'm 44 year old mom of 3. I work as a customer service rep for a publishing company, and I write. I have five published novels and working on adding to that.

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