I finally realized that switching from editing to writing to editing was the reason why I feel so tired. People tend to forget that creativity used the right-brain and analysis uses the left-brain.
I know I did.
in case you didn’t know, there are a number of scientific studies about people having a dominant side to their brain which influences their career path. Accountants are considered left-brain. Writers are considered right-brain.
Only its not that simple. Writers do more than write. Besides creating a new story, we need to analyze our plot, plan character details, and keep track of all the fine points.
so we switch back and forth.
This month has been a challenge. I finished the last edit on Dixie’s Gift, a holiday romance for The Wild Rose Press. I worked on Jacob’s story, a paranormal romance for my Rhodes End Series. Also worked on Book four in the Rhodes end Series. To make it more difficult I got distracted by a dream about Max and had to start his story.
With the work I’ve been doing on War is Heck, I am twisting my brain in spirals. And I’m no-where near done.
Dixie’s Gift will be released shortly.
I plan to finish the rewrites on War is Heck in the next couple weeks.
Jacob, Max and Daniel from book four are all hanging over my head, waiting their turns.
Doing this, I also realized I love writing more and more.
OOps, I forgot the short story for the Roses of Prose Christmas.
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