Welcome to January, and a resolution to do a lot of writing this year.
My schedule for the month is quite simple. Write for 15 minutes every day. While I don’t always stick to it, any time I miss, I try to make up the next day. As a result, I’m writing at a faster pace.
I have finished writing Part 4 of Journey to Ariadne, but I need to have it critiqued and edited. After that, it’ll be posted. Part 5 is currently being written. It’s a bit more heated that previous parts.
If things go according to plan, I’ll have a new part finished every two weeks, but it depends on many factors, such as family and other obligations. At this pace, I should finish all 26 parts before summer. However, that is an optimistic estimate, and I would more likely put that date back to sometime in summer. Once all 26 parts are finished, I’ll do a major rewrite. What you see on this website will not look remotely the same when the book is finished.
In the meantime, I’ll also be working on a nine part short story series about a dying man who has his wish fulfilled to see the solar system. But it’s not that straightforward, of course. I’m quite interested in writing this, and it’s likely to be my first published work sometime next year.
I am also going to be starting a weekly newsletter soon. I’ll announce it when it’s ready.