Writing Hours in April 2015

IMG_0069It’s hard to believe that it’s May already! Only two more months until I’m flying to New Orleans for the GCLS conference and some vacation time.

Speaking of vacation time… I spent a few days in Hamburg this month, which is at the other end of Germany from where I live.

April was a great month for me, not just because of that trip but also because my contemporary romance Damage Control was published at the beginning of the month.


I’ve been hard at work on revising Next of Kin, which is now reading so much more smoothly! I also did the finishing touches on “Dress-tease” and “Coitus Interruptus Dentalis,” two short stories that will be published in May and June respectively.

Other than that, I’ve been working on the next part in my writers’ guide series, Time Management for Writers, and doing some research for part 3 of the Hollywood Series.

On the editing front, I’ve had the honor of editing Fletcher DeLancey’s upcoming science fiction novel Without a Front: The Producer’s Challenge. It’s been a while (okay, more than a while) since I enjoyed a book so much.

Okay, let’s take a look at the numbers for April:

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3 thoughts on “Writing Hours in April 2015”

  1. As much as I appreciate being able to read all your wonderful stories, a full time employee who works a 40 hour week only works 173 hours per month, so I say you are working way too many hours!

    Don’t work so much and I promise we will be patient. :-)

    • I know, I know. I have a hard time closing the office door behind me… That’s what happens if you turn your passion into your job.

  2. Plenty to look forward to, Jae. I’ve particularly been looking forward to the revised “Next of Kin”. I also very much enjoyed the first part of Fletcher’s series, so it’s good to know that the next part is in the pipeline.


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