Saturday, October 4, 2014

This is What Often Slows this Writer Down

Includes: Essays, quizzes, review questions, and SPaG practice
Readers often ask what takes me so long to write another book.

Being an English Instructor, this is what I often face over the weekend. It discounts what I grade during the week, plus planning and all of the other tasks, including new State Mandated paperwork that does absolutely nothing to benefit students (but that's a whole nother post).

Plus, serving as a member of the Village Council means I have a packet to review this weekend for Monday's meeting, and e-course work. And some family activities and church.

But, you know what? I'll still hammer out some words and get closer to my work in progress being finished and released.

So, no complaints on my end. Just sharing a bit of what keeps me from writing those novel adventures readers are asking about (yes, pun intended).

Besides, from my understanding, my publisher is that, as an author, I am very fortunate.


  1. I was an English teacher, too. And the paperwork seemed never ending. I admire you for your perseverance and prose under pressure.

    1. Thanks, Roland. It keeps me busy, that's for sure.