Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is reading! Do you set aside time for it each day? How do you decide what to read next? Come on over for my story.
Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is again eerily timely. We’re talking writer finances. How do you budget for uneven income? What’s your biggest expense?
With so many people struggling financially due to the #COVID19 shutdowns, managing money is heavy on many people’s minds. It’s odd to find myself well-equipped to deal with this because – as a full-time writer with no other income and with a non-salaried spouse who does not provide me with health insurance – I am always juggling the financial balls. Come on over to learn more!
Always good to find a nice little den, huh?
My head is totally wrapped up with finishing THE PROMISED QUEEN. I’m revising now, and am on page 151 of 368 (so far). I still have to finish out the last few chapters, and I’m guessing the book will end up being somewhere around 118K (~430 pages). It’s due next Wednesday, so I think I should be in good shape to turn it in on time. Or *maybe* a day or two late. That’s usually not a problem, but we’ll see.
Normally I’d write a blog post today, but several ideas for the book came to me this morning in the Dreamthink and I’m itching to write those, not anything else.
Hope you all are finding a good port in the storm like Jackson has!