It’s almost over!

In one week, I will be moving! Well, moving from a small condo into a single-family home, hopefully the home of my dreams! Haha, after all the moving, house hunting, house showing, and processes, I’m ready for this to be the last house of my life. My husband is another story.

I have been pretty incapable of writing lately. I’ve done SOME writing, but it’s little stuff and more for practice than anything.

I have a lot of plans, especially when I get in the new house. I have a lot of WIPs to work on to get ready for betas and my editor, and it’s my goal to get to them this year. I know that should be an easy goal but for me, it’s a challenge.

Besides the WIPs, I am accumulating a list of short story anthologies that I want to enter. I’ll probably be looking into that as well.

So, other than writing, my free time will be taken up by decorating and settling into my new house. I’m already making plans for my office room, which is currently a medium shade of blue and really pretty – and I’m not changing it. I am thinking of adding a decorative element to the door. Such as this…

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šŸ˜€ I think the space would be very creative if I did that. It would be a big project but definitely enjoyable. But of course, this is just one of many projects I want to do.

I just hope that 2016 is productive for writing and great for creative energy!

I’ll be back soon, hopefully less frazzled once I move in.

Cheers.

HK Rowe

 

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6 thoughts on “It’s almost over!

  1. Good luck with the moving! I hope your creative space is everything you dream of.

    And if you’re in need of a beta, I’d be happy to look anything over for you. I’m starting to realize that I really enjoy betaing and mingling in other peoples’ creative processes. I haven’t done a whole novel yet, but I think it would be a fun challenge.

  2. Oh, how exciting about the move! Hope that’s been going well for you. Sorry it’s caused your writing progress to become nearly nonexistent lately, but that’s more than understandable, I think. Best of luck getting the words to flow again, once you’re all settled in your new home!

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