A decision needs to be made. As I work on my book (slowly but surely) I begin to seriously think about the year ahead of me. I have made major changes that will allow me to write full time for the next 12-18 months: finish the book, search for a literary agent and ultimately a publisher. Those are big goals in a short period of time.
Like most (probably all) writers, Terrebonne Parish is not the only thing I have written. I have a children’s book which pranced on the verge of publication before my disappointment with the process (and illustrations) brought the dance to a stand still. I have songs that echo in my head as if they’ve already been written and are just waiting for the right voice to carry them. And I have pages of poetry that have spilled out onto paper, napkins and tissues over the past four decades.
The question becomes this: Do I put all my time into completing Terrebonne Parish, or do I take advantage of this gift of free time to multitask my writing goals? Do I work on my book, but set short term goals of publishing something smaller — perhaps a book of poetry or a children’s book? Do I team up with another song artist and record demos?
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