Welcome to the first challenge of the New Year. The wonderful Lyra Parish has posed these questions:
How did you be spend your New Years? What literary goals have you made for 2017?
It's been a long time since I've made it to midnight on New Year's Eve. I guess I just get up too early in the morning, since I find myself falling asleep around ten. I know…boring.
But that doesn't mean I don't welcome the chance to start a brand new year with all of the possibilities. Last year this time I was just finishing "The Dream Dancer", the first of three. This year so far, I have almost completed "Jester's Dance", which is the third book in the trilogy.
"Payback" just came out and I am hoping people like it, even though it's very different from my historical/historical paranormals.
Very soon, my next romantic suspense, "Once Upon a Tablecloth" will be out.
And then…Book Ten. I have no idea what it will be about or where it will take place. That's part of the fun. The whole world is open to choose. Any time, any place, any hero and heroine.
This year I want to write book ten and at least two more. And to be better as a writer with each one. Those are my goals for 2017.
I hope you all make resolutions you can keep and you have joy by the armload. Oh, and of course, keep reading!
Let's see what the incredible Jenna Da Sie has planned for the New Year.