February’s end: Now what?

I’ve made it! I’ve posted a blog entry everyday during the month of February, an achievement that I had some doubts that I would achieve it, especially on some days. With my blog posting month done, what does that mean for the blog?

Well, I will go back to my semi-set-in-stone schedule with posts on the weekend and a few random posts during the week when I have time or am particularly driven by a subject. As for my two running series, they will now be moving to Sundays where they will alternate back and forth with each other. This Sunday will be a Character Series post.

I will ask for patience though. The workload at work is starting to rev up again as we enter the busy time of year for us at The Paper, especially in the summer when there is festival after festival. I will try to not let this prevent regular updates, but there will be weekends I have to work.

As for what I will do with all my extra time now that my blog posting month has concluded, I will resume knocking out revisions for my book “Passage.” Currently, I’m about halfway through the final read-through. With March being NaNoEdMo, I hope to be through my read-through in no time at all, but hopefully in time, to possibly participate in a writing event this April — we will just have to see especially as things really start to pick up at work. If I do, I’m going to switch genres for a change of pace and work on my SciFi novel.

Also I have recently launched a Twitter account, and I’m still trying to get the hang of it — it’s a work in progress. Be sure to check it out from time to time because now that I have more time, I hope to start linking to writing articles from all over the internet, in addition to highlighting some good writing blogs and sites. Wish me luck as I tread the choppy waters of Twitter!

Well, I will post again tomorrow but until then it is time to read.


Published by smwright

Sarah Wright is the author of The Heritage Lost Series and several other works of speculative fiction. Professionally, she works as a staff writer and editor at a newspaper/magazine company. She enjoys interweaving her love of history into her writing, even in the most fantastic settings.

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