How many of you are glad 2012 is over?? One of the good things about ending a year and starting a new one, is you can consider it a do-over. 2012 wasn’t what you hoped it would be? Do Over! You didn’t accomplish those goals (aka resolutions) you promised yourself you'd make? Do Over! It’s a new year, a whole new calendar, 365 brand new guilt-free days, so start over! And...make ‘em count!
Personally, I don’t have many complaints about 2012. It turned out to be a pretty decent year for me, not to mention crazy busy. I had two new books published—Dark Obsession and House of Cards, a previously published electronic book—Forget me Not-- went into print. I did my first ever book signing at The Tucson Festival of Books and it was pretty successful. I attended RWA Nationals in L.A. and was the chair-person for the Literacy Signing, which was also a big success. The only drawback so far was learning I’m type two diabetic...but on the ‘glass-is-half-full side, it’s making me more aware of my health or rather it’s making me more aware that I should be more aware. heh
So, for me, 2013 isn’t so much as a Do-Over as it is...same-o same-o. The new year looks to be about the same as last year, with the exception of the published works and the health issues. I do have a new book I’m working on, but, until my muse returns from her extended vacation in the Bahamas, I don’t see me finishing it anytime soon. Anyway, it’s still a crazy-busy year with two book signings set up, RWA Nationals and chairing the Literacy Signing again, plus my youngest son is graduating high school and then planning to enlist in the Air Force and my youngest daughter is moving to LA to become the next Meryl Streep so I’ll be spending more time with them.
So, what was it about 2012 you’re glad to put into storage? And, what is your number one goal for 2013? Leave a comment for a chance to win a copy of House of Cards or any one of the other books in my backlist.