Writing hours in September 2015

Just Physical coverFall is always a busy time for me. At Ylva Publishing, we’re gearing up for the publication of our Halloween anthology and the holiday anthology. This year, I’m also working hard to get two of my books out in time for Christmas: Just Physical, my new lesbian romance, and then next book in my writers’ guide series, Time Management for Writers.

I’m looking forward to the publication of Just Physical in particular. I’ve been working so hard to get this book and its main character, Jill, right, and I can’t wait to hear what my readers will think. The feedback from my beta readers has been very encouraging.

My latest German release, Rosen für die Staatsanwältin, (the translation of Next of Kin) has been published two days ago, and it’s #1 in Amazon’s lesbian romance category already.

Also, one of the novels I edited for Ylva has just been published: Cast Me Gently by Caren J. Werlinger. It’s a sweet yet realistic romance set in the 1980s. A wonderful read, and I’m not just saying that because I edited it :-)

So, let’s take a look at my working hours in September:

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October is going to be interesting, since I’m working on two books–with a pretty tight deadline–and I’ll also be gone, attending the book fair in Frankfurt, for a week. Check back next month for the numbers!

Have a great weekend, everyone!


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2 thoughts on “Writing hours in September 2015”

  1. That is an awful lot of work. Life should be enjoyed and I hope you take the time to play. I’m sure you love a lot of what you do, but even the work you love can become an obsession. This can lead to isolating yourself away from others and the work you now love can morph into self-imposed slavery. Maintain balance in your life. I enjoy your work immensely and would hate to lose your talent to burn-out.
    Rose Knapman

    • Thank you for commenting, Rose. I know I’m overdoing it when my readers tell me to slow down ;-) But seriously, I will cut down on my working hours and take a day off every week once I have finished the two projects I’m working on right now. I’ll let you know how it’s going. Have a great week!


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