So here I am minding my own business. Diving. Taking photographs. A prickling behind my neck. An eerie feeling. Someone is watching me.
I turn around.
Yikes! A can of humans!
I could even see that they were taking MY picture. I could only do one thing.
4 pm and 80 degrees.
I got my final round of edits for Lottery. Very few tweaks. I am taking a breather. Almost done. Then it goes into production.
I have to slow down. This is my last opportunity to make sure it is right. It is perfect.
I warn you. My blog will occasionally skip a day or be late. But I can see you all salivate. There is nothing more powerful than variable reinforcement.
Soon Lottery will be out of my control. I will have to go back to editing my other manuscript and begin adding to my poor little WIP who has been abandoned in the corner while his big brother Lottery went out on the town.
What would you have me do? I have already spent copious amounts of time reselecting the template on my blog. It is like I have to force myself to work. This has never happened to me before. Paul T. said, "Hey, start another project. Leave the book selling to the book sellers." But there is so much to learn. So much I can do. And it is so exciting.
What to do.
And how to do it.
What do you think?
Start your engines.