Post NaNo Recovery

Posted by on December 9, 2010 at 1:50 pm.

Final tally was 55, 601 words written during the month of November. I really like how the story has created itself around my idea and once I get the gaps all filled in, it’s going to be great.

I’ve been looking for a job lately, while my SNB Consulting Services business has been great and I’m still taking clients, it will no longer be my full time focus. Now I’m ready to take what I’ve learned to benefit someone else’s business.

So if you know anyone looking to hire someone with office administration, web design, social media marketing and editing experience let them know about me. 🙂 I can start immediately, although I will be out of town for the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve.

Don’t worry, I’m still Managing Editor at PaperBox Books. In face, we’re about to launch three new titles just in time for the Christmas rush. Check them out at http://paperboxbooks.com. We’re really excited because this time we’re presenting the ‘other’ side of Perry plus two new authors.

And if you participated in NaNo Fiction Therapy is offering a special rate to help authors edit their novel set up. The details can be found at http://fictiontherapy.com/nano2010.php.

I’m heading home for Christmas in two weeks. This will be a very bitter sweet holiday. My last trip home was a mad rush across the country to say goodbye to my father. Daddy died this past August.

This will be our first Christmas without him. Everytime I think about going home I get really excited until I realize Daddy won’t be there. I fear I’m going to be a blubbering mess when I get home… and I’m usually the storng one who refuses to cry. It will be interesting.

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