It’s a new year with potential for new opportunities and lots of writing ahead for me. 2012 ended with a bang. 2013 began that way too. When I started my journey back in December 2010, I never imagined the idea and subsequent writing of a story about resurrection and betrayal, inspired by Disney’s Tangled, would be a blessing and a curse.
I’ve been blessed to meet so many great people along this journey, people I highly doubt I’d ever connect with if I hadn’t started to write.
But being bitten by the writing bug has also been a curse. I can’t NOT write now. If I stay away from writing for even a few days, I get cranky. My muse needs an outlet.
For 2013, I plan on continuing my Willowbrook series with WHAT IF followed by ONLY YOU. WHAT IF will be a full length novel instead of a planned short story due to the complex and sensitive subject of mental illness and a violent crime.
Echo UnMarked, the second book in my Shadow Watcher series, is a work in progress. Another work in progress is the first book in the Extinction Trilogy- Phoenix Rising, Protector Resurrection, a story about forbidden love, a scroll predicting the extinction of vampires and their slayers, and the man and woman whose love can save them all.
Because I’m a visual person who likes to listen to music while she writes, I plan on creating more book trailers. If you get a chance, please watch and share them. I had a great time choosing the images and music.
I hope you will continue to follow my journey. I definitely appreciate the support and encouragement. Here’s to another great year!
4 Replies to “A New Year”
Great post! Love what you said about getting cranky when you don’t write. I’m the same. I also like to listen to music when I write.
All the best with you writing this year!
Thank you Elke and happy writing to you too 🙂
I’m really happy to hear you absolutely MUST write. That will keep you going and publishing and getting more readers. Keep up the good work, Ashlyn.
I do question my sanity when I have this “need” to write. This year I plan on slowing down my warp speed of writing to enjoy my characters and their stories.
Happy writing and I’m looking forward to hearing of your journey too.