My review of Heather Webber's Trouble Under the Tree is up on Surrounded by Books Reviews.
I made the unfortunate mistake of starting Beth Revis' A Millions Suns yesterday. Now I want to do nothing until I finish it. Seriously, go read it now.
I feel like my head's spinning since the new year started. I've been editing, reading, writing, repeat almost every day, or as much as possible. So my 2012 goals were overly ambitious, but it doesn't mean I'm giving up on them yet. If you click here, you can see my goals and how I'm progressing. I've been trying to write, edit, and read every day. Of course, some days I get more done. Others, less. I've figured out if I manage to write everything I would like to write this year, it'll be around 330,000 words. Completely doable, if I keep on it.
I do feel like I've accomplished quite a bit this month so far. I've read one book (Coffee at Little Angels by Nadine Larter) and have started three (Spur of the Moment by Candace Early Bowen, A Million Suns by Beth Revis, and On Writing by Stephen King). I edited a friend's awesome short story, working on a client's manuscript, and finished another round of edits on Defying Gravity (recently pitched it and now am awaiting word). I've written four flash fiction pieces, a few chapters in Fighting Gravity, and finished the short story "Dragon Seer." So I'm getting things done, but at the same time I need to do more. *sighs*
If only there can be more hours in the day.
Do you feel like no matter how much you accomplish it isn't enough? How's your new year starting off?