Sleep deprivation, full time work & writing.

tired eyesNot a happy mixture, I’m sure you’ll agree. That said, I’m buoyed up by a combination of mild hysteria, a sense of achievement, and nervousness. The first, because I’m trying to finish the editing on Dawn Horizon, and even though I’m enjoying it immensely, there’s more plot holes and typos than I anticipated.

The second, because I’m getting there. Despite the above problems, it’s all coming together, and as I mentioned in yesterday’s blog, I’ve got the seeds of an idea for my next book, thus allaying one of my constant fears that I’ll run out of steam πŸ˜€

Third and finally, sooner or later I’m going to have to submit it to my publisher – I just hope he likes it, after all the blood, sweat and tears I’ve lost whilst writing it.

Wish me luck, guys and gals, wish me luck. πŸ˜€

dawn horizon Land of Midnight Days Through the Gloaming


11 Responses to “Sleep deprivation, full time work & writing.”

  1. Good luck with it, all the hard work and no sleep will pay off in the end πŸ˜€


  2. Fingers crossed for you, Kate! It’ll all come together in the end. πŸ™‚


  3. I hope so. She was a brilliant writer, such a pity she’s gone.


  4. HUGE good luck kiddo, you’ll WOW them! πŸ˜€ xx


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