Super Secret Projects and Scarcity
Yesterday, I barely dipped my toe into the online world. See, I was about 150 pages away from finishing my edits on my Super Secret Project, CROSSROADS. (No, I can’t tell you about it. That’s why it’s a Super Secret. I *can* say that it’s a full novel, written on spec, for a teen audience. It’s in a genre new to me, but one that I’ve read widely. I really, really, really like the characters and the plot, and I’m typing this post with my fingers crossed, in hopes that my agent will love it as much I do!)
So, as I was saying — no blogging. No Facebook. No Twitter. (What? You didn’t know I’m on Twitter? Yeah, I’m just starting out there as @MorganKeyes.) And all of that absence felt … strange. Good, actually. Focused. Like I didn’t have a million shouty voices in my head.
Today will be a rather scattered day, catching up on emails, clearing the debris that accumulates when a project is oh-so-close to completion. And then? On Monday? I begin to write a new Jane Madison novel!
Mindy, trying to keep from starting the new project today!