Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Back Writing

I normally don't post here about my writing (that's for Fridays), but I guess I should say something.

I've received sort of a "kick in the pants" to start writing again. Actually, I've been reminded that there are still things to do, and sitting around, enjoying my "retirement" isn't among them. So, to start things off, I've offered a couple of my early novellas to reintroduce people to my writing. Last week, I offered the Kindle version of my early novella, Emergency Case, free. 

Now I've reduced the price on another novella, Doctor's Dilemma, to 99 cents for the Kindle version. That offer starts today and runs through May 20 at Amazon. After that--who knows?

Meanwhile, I'm back working on my next novel? Why? Because it's time. Stay tuned. 

Authors, have you let the pandemic slow down your writing? I'd like to hear how you avoided it.

3 comments:

Priscilla Bettis said...

I think it helps to have good friends or family members working hard to earn a living even if it's in a different profession. It's a circle of friends/family encouraging (and somewhat PUSHING) each other despite the pandemic obstacles.

Have fun with your new novel!

Patricia Bradley said...

The pandemic definitely messed with my brain. The book I just edited was a total mess...and the one that's due in 6 weeks...I woke up this morning and realized I had an FBI agent as the heroine of a book that supposed to be about Natchez Trace Park Rangers...hoo-boy...more rewrites. lol

Richard Mabry said...

Priscilla, "pushing" is the right term, but we'll see if the end result is worth it

Patricia, remind me to avoid to book you turned in which was a total mess--just kidding. I'll bet it was good, as are all your books.