Way back in 1997, three years after I created Woolaston Entertainment, I declared the month of October “Crunch Month”. October became the month I tried to wrap up any unfinished projects, and make decisions about what I wanted to work on in the coming New Year. Even though I still have November and December to get through, the end of the year seems to come and go very quickly. Crunch Month forces me to knuckle down and get some work done.
Of course, I won’t finish every project I have in the works. Whatever I don’t finish in 2021, will simply carry over into 2022. Still, my goal is to finish as much as possible by the end of the year.
Here’s what I have in the works:
- editing The Resurrection of Georgia
- completing Forward Motion
- The Purloined Portrait (working title)
- Homeward Bound
- Barrin Heights
- first book in the Valentine R series
I know I won’t finish all six books, but if I can complete at least one (I’m aiming for two), I’ll be satisfied.