Hello, everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve made a blog post and I feel like I owe you guys an update on how I’ve been doing — and, of course, what I’ve been working on!
Ever since the release of Missing Her, I’ve been quite busy. Not only with the continuation of the marketing for both my books, but also with going to BookCon and graduating high school! That’s right, I’m going to be heading to college in just a few short weeks, and that means there’s going to be some changes.
As I’m getting adapted to college-life, I most likely won’t be posting as much on my blog or my Instagram. I won’t go totally air-silent, but there is a chance that I might not be posting as much as I have been recently.
This also means that I’m not going to be able to keep my YouTube background! If you’ve ever watched any of the videos on my channel, you’ll know that I film in front of a bookshelf housing my collection of books. This will not be the case in the future as (obviously) I will not be able to take the bookshelves with me into such a small dorm. But I have a few ideas that I’m going to try out so don’t worry — to the best of my ability, I will continue to post weekly videos!
Now, the real question: what have I been writing? I’ve actually been working on two projects simultaneously (something I’ve never tried before, and it’s definitely taking some extra brain power) but I’m making steady progress on each of them. I actually made good progress on the larger of the two projects today when I completed Mandi Lynn’s 10k Writing Challenge! Keep an eye out for a video this Thursday to see how I did it.
Besides that, I’ve been having a great summer. I’ve been hard at work, but I’ve also definitely taken some time for myself to spend with family and friends. The weeks are going by really fast, but I’m trying my best to enjoy each day as it comes.
How has your summer been going? Let me know in the comments below! If you haven’t been hitting your goals for the summer, don’t worry! There’s still plenty of time to catch up 🙂
Just keep writing, just keep writing . . .