by Judy Ann Davis
Do you ever feel overwhelmed? For some reason, this month, I have the feeling that the end of the day comes too quickly, and the tasks I’d hoped to accomplish are too many. Everywhere I turn, there is something that needs my attention.
I’m scurrying around and collecting my paperback books, wood products I create, and my tent (with all its paraphernalia) to get ready for the celebration. On the sunny side, it should be a joy to see all the town folk after a year of cancelled events.
Am I writing? I’m chugging along with writing-related tasks. I took the 5-day Amazon Ad Challenge, and I’m learning to create Zon advertisements.
I procured my copyrights to a western and am working to re-edit, obtain a new
cover, and republish it both in digital and paperback. I’m also working on edits
for a short novella targeted for the Christmas season. What do I really want to do? Write the third
novel in the Ashmore Brothers (western) Series and hide from all the chores calling
to me, like incessant sirens, to get them done.
How’s your summer progressing? Is it a relaxing one or are you in a frenzy? Drop me a comment and let me know I’m not alone during these lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer. :)