Changing Times

I’ve been quiet on the writing front while I focused on school. I just finished the Paralegal Studies Program at College of DuPage and have a lovely certificate to add to my resume. Not only that, but a successful internship turned into a job at a special little law firm. I’m exactly where I want to be with my day job. It’s time to turn my focus back onto my writing.

Looking forward to 2020, I anticipate drafting a new novella series, completing and revising the one I’m currently drafting, and diving back into the novel revision. I plan on releasing my science fiction series online chapter by chapter, so if you like mental powers and experienced female characters, this might be the story for you. More on that another time. I’m more curious at the moment, which platforms you prefer. I’m considering Curious Fictions, WattPad, and Patreon. I haven’t decided yet if I’m going to release across all three or if I’m going to focus on one first.

For now, I will spoil my family a bit. They’ve been so supportive through all the night classes, homework, and time locked away in my office.  I’ve been slowly reading Wings of Fire with my son and occasionally playing World of Warcraft with my daughter. And the family board game nights have decreased. It’s going to be a fun few weeks while I boost all that up, among other things.

All my best to you this holiday season.

~ Dawn


One response to “Changing Times

  1. Congrats on finishing your paralegal program and on finding a good fit through interning. Sounds like that turned out perfect.

    Your writing plan sounds good. I can’t weigh in on the chapter by chapter platform request as I don’t read things that way and will have to wait for when you decide to publish it as a book :).

    Enjoy the family time. You’ve certainly earned it.

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