This year, continuing pandemic weirdness notwithstanding (or perhaps because of), was a pretty productive year.
I submitted Lady, in Waiting to my publisher and finished edits.
I finished a solid draft of my 1930s book, My Sister's Child, which I'm editing now.
I got my rights back to Songbird and A Wider World, and I figured out the formatting and self-publishing process and got both of them back up before the end of the year, and I've actually sold some books!
In non-writing, I did a few craft shows, and apparently it felt as good for customers to be back out again as it did for the crafters, because they were overall good experiences, plus - again - I sold some books!
Since it's almost the new year, I'm trying to get a few more odds and ends tidied away, not to mention actual, physical tidying of our house, which looks a bit like a craft store exploded in the downstairs. Which is not good, since the sewing room is upstairs.
What about you? What's your biggest accomplishment for 2021, other than making it through with sanity mostly intact, and hopefully still liking the people you share space with? Let me know.
Back soon with my goals for 2022.
My biggest accomplishment was working at my business full-time and seeing it explode this Fall. I managed to survive on little sleep and am still married, happily, I think. LOL. I really ought to set some goals for 2022 but am too happy to just do that tidying up you referenced.
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