One of my critique partners just finished critiquing my sexy contemporary called A Betrayal of Friendship. I’m looking forward to reading over her comments and changing stuff around in the final chapters. The first three are good to go, I hope. The last seven still need some work especially the last two.
By next week I hope to have the synopsis for Betrayal written, the editting finished, and the email with attachments sent to be editor, Cindy, at The Wild Rose Press.
So how am I going to manage that when I can’t seemed to get off the internet?
One small step at a time:
- I need to email Cindy and ask her how to submit.
- Finish final edits
- Write the synopsis
- Read over entire book and synopsis one last time
- Send it out.
Then I’m on to my second goal for the year–finish writing One Last Ride.
I read in an email I received today that breaking up a big goal into smaller ones made it easier to finish your projects. I have these steps written on a piece of paper, sitting by my computer. When I finish one step I can easily cross it off the list.
I’ll try anything once.