Wednesday, August 18, 2010

My first on-line class

Monday started my first class. It is given by author Kerri Nelson and it is about managing your time and staying focused so that a person can do multiple projects at a time. I am very excited about the class. I am already pretty good about managing my time between my fictional world and my non-fictional world. I just want a better strategy so that I can make all things in my fictional world work together.

What do I mean by my fictional world? Well, I consider that anything having to do with my writing. At the moment I am making revisions on book #1, I am writing book #2 and I am taking an on-line class. Don't forget the competitions, querying agents, and promoting myself on my blog and Facebook. Now, if I was a published author, then I could have things like, revisions, writing, contracts, book signings or anything promotional. I am sure there is a lot more going for them then that also, and I hope to one day find out what else there is. LOL!

Good luck to those of you who are taking a class. I hope you enjoy it. I know Jena is taking it with me. To those of you who are not taking one, I highly recommend it.

Now, get back to writing! ; )


  1. I'm as excited as you are to be taking this class with Kerri, who is so inspiring. I don't know how she writes with everything she has going on. I can't wait for the next lesson.

    "See" you in class! :)

  2. I know how you feel! "See" you in class!