Through LinkedIn I found a wonderful illustrator with whom I’m emailing about my vision of Annie and a contract. Someone also sent me information about some of the most famous illustrators with whom I have no hope of wanting to work with me as an unknown author. However, I’m grateful for the support and am thrilled my request is bearing fruit. I spent all day yesterday in pursuit of an illustrator.
At the close of a long day I downloaded a piece of software from Writer’s Digest called MasterWriter, a program designed to help me write better. It’s got all kinds of reference materials in it as well as a writer’s organizer and I’m eager to look at it. There’s a thesaurus, a dictionary, wiki, a rhyming tool, a phrase catalogue and a writing organizer. It’s a big piece of software and I have to designate time to learn it or at least enough time to decide whether I want to buy it or not. The free trial ends ten days from yesterday.
I know I have to set goals and formulate a time management plan. I still need to walk one or two miles a day and don’t want to give up my Pilates classes. My grandson is coming for another visit in three days and I need to get ready. We all need a life besides our internet one. So that’s all for now. I hope you get value from these posts as I share more about my life and less how to’s. More how to’s are reserved for later.
Have you had experience looking for an illustrator?
Do you have any experience with writing software?
What do you do about time management?
- Time Management for Ridiculously Busy Bloggers (problogger.net)
- The Skinny On Time Management (kristibernard.wordpress.com)