Sometimes good things come in “Oh crap, what did I get myself into?” packages…

Next month I’m going to a writing conference (I might have mentioned that). I decided that I’m pitching a non-fiction book at the conference. Initially, I decided to finish a chapter before pitching, with the rest to come. Well, that’s been pushed to three chapters (and of course the pitch!). I really need these three in a decent state so I can feel confident in my pitch. And, even more so, because completing these three gives me the best understanding of the book for writing and delivering the pitch.

I’ve also received an honor that’s also a bit of a ‘tactical problem’. They’ve asked me to be the marketing and sales manager for the 2023 conference! Unfortunately, that means combining the job I was doing, another person’s job, and part of a third person’s job into a well-focused six-person team’s job (me and five other people). I’ve got a lot going on right now.

Because I’ve got a lot going on, several other projects are getting the “can I have a minute?” treatment. I didn’t want the blogs (or you, dear reader) to be one of those things. So, instead of just putting posts off till next week I wrote this post to let you know the stuff I’d been planning on posting will be up next week.

Seek that which is good, dear reader. Learn and grow. And, I’ll see you next post.

Published by Farangian

I'm a writer (fiction and non fiction) with a Masters in Psychology. I am also a sculptor, metal smith, lapidary, tutor/trainer, and eternal student. The name Farangian comes from the name of a fantasy world I created called Farangia. That name comes from Farang with is a term that the Thai use for westerners.

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