I swear, I won’t talk about my day job here!

Editing “Killer Orange” is going well, but the process is too slow for my tastes. Well, maybe I’m a harsh boss on myself, but I want it to be done and in my beta readers hands YESTERDAY. Does anyone have a TARDIS I can borrow?

The-TARDIS

“Blazing Heat” continues to grow, and I hate when the story is stuck in my brain ready to be typed and I can’t work on it. Time seems to be my enemy too.

The day job sucks up a lot of mental power, especially lately. I have two important UX projects with big clients, and then I have another project with a client that is prone to email chains of design changes. Fun.

Some days I stop and wonder, “Where did the time go? Am I getting older?”

More stories are coming! And I will be partaking in a Goodreads giveaway soon, and I’ll probably price Unbridled cheaper for a small amount of time when one of the other books come out.

To add to all that, I must be bonkers for consider squeezing in freelancing gigs too.

Well the family has to eat, I guess!

Until next time,

H.K. Rowe

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2 thoughts on “I swear, I won’t talk about my day job here!

  1. Ugh, I hear you on the slow process. It’s crazy how writing books can literally take years. It’s so impressive that you’ll be releasing two in the same year, cause dang, I can’t even finish one in a year!

    • To be fair, Unbridled’s been finished for awhile. I just decided to polish it and put it out there. Killer Orange was finished last year. It’s going to be that a lot before I delve into new content. It really is a chore, especially working two jobs on top of this!

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