A New Year

Well, the winter break is over and I’ve been back at school for a school week.  It’s been a pretty good past few weeks.  More importantly for me, it’s been a good year for me, both with regards to my writing, and my day job as a teacher.

I don’t do New Years resolutions, but I keep a schedule of my writing and each year I up my goal by a bit.  I’ve done that again this year, as planned.  Last year, I managed to keep up pretty easily.  I’ve spent much more time selling myself than I did the previous year, and consequently ( I suspect) I’ve sold about 50% more books in 2015, than I did in 2014.  I published two books in 2015– Astrid Maxxim and her Hypersonic Spaceplane back in January, and The Price of Magic in December.  I also finished Astrid Maxxim and the Electric Racecar Challenge, which goes on sale January 29th and is my 25th book.

Over winter break, I worked furiously on my new robot novel.  Right now, it’s Cool Patience.  It was A Great Deal of Patience.  Who knows what the final title will be?  I finished two chapters though, so according to the outline, I’m about 1/10 of the way done.

Wishing you all a healthy and prosperous 2016!


3 thoughts on “A New Year

    • Thanks Paul, And to you and yours too.
      The truth of the matter is that writing is my rest. I find it very relaxing. Even if I don’t write much on a particular day, I do a few sentences or a paragraph as I wind down after work.

      • Thanks Wesley.
        I must agree. Iv been doing a bit of writing too, obviously nothing in your league, just my version of growing up in Liverpool with some magic thrown in to amuse me, lol.
        Bit of classic fm on the radio, then dissapear into my world 🙂 oh, and a nice coffee or three.

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