What would you do?

It’s Friday! Which doesn’t mean much to me since I work on the weekends, but I hope some of you get to enjoy it. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Here’s the thought for today: what do you think you’d be doing if you weren’t a writer? I’m not otherwise creatively inclined, which is strange and unfortunate because I know so many other creative people with multiple talents. But I can’t sing, draw, play an instrument, or do anything remotely creative otherwise. Perhaps I can act, but I haven’t done any of that since high school plays. I guess I’m just happy I can write. If it wasn’t part of my life, I don’t know what I would be doing instead…maybe something in the writing field anyway, like editing or being an agent.

What do you think you’d be doing instead of writing (outside of your current ‘day job’ if you have one, of course)?

This week in my world, my job is settling down a bit, though my schedule is going to change soon. It’s a welcome change, though. I’m eagerly awaiting my vacation in Iceland next month, as well! I’m really going to need it. Writing-wise, I have a new book coming out on June 27th, I just submitted another one, and I’ve started writing a new one, so the writing train is chugging along. One of these days, one of these days…maybe no more day job!

The Marrying Type also got a glowing 5 star review at The Romance Reviews this week, AND they made it a top pick! It was such a nice surprise and I’m totally stoked about it.

Everyone have a great weekend!

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  1. Your writing train really is chugging along ๐Ÿ™‚ I don’t really have any other creative talents. I think writing is about the only creative outlet that I’ve really stuck with.

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