Well, I certainly didn’t mean to take two months from the time I wrote the last post here to this one.
But having said that, I have been thinking an awful lot about what I should be doing. And I haven’t been sitting on my hands. But me starting an e-publishing company isn’t getting you stories. Oh, I’ve been thinking and thinking. Do I want to go back to writing novels? Does it make sense to keep on doing the short stories? How about the possibility of doing serialized work? Jonathan Coulton did the Thing a Week, and that worked out pretty well for him. Does the forced march make sense here?
The only thing I haven’t been doing, alas, is actually writing new fiction. This is a problem. Moreover, I seem to be so obsessed with getting the RIGHT answer that it’s not allowing me to take action. Even writing this blog post could be a procrastination technique on my part. (curse you, insidious procrastination!)
I don’t know what to do. And it’s really, REALLY bugging me.