Kelly Maher


I am a big believer in calendars. They’re how I keep track of bills due/paid, story timeline, time off from the day job, appointments and events during the personal time, and, most importantly in this space, my writing schedule. It would really help of I actually used a master calendar for all of these as then I’d know when I shouldn’t schedule revisions for days when I’m working all day and then doing the lobbycon thing after work at a day profession conference that’s here in town.

Suffice it to say that revisions are on hold until the conference is over. Not that I’m crying too hard as I’d just gotten to dreaded new chapter 13 which is due more of a full-on rewrite rather than a simple revision.

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