Happy 2005. Wow. New calendars, so it must be. For those who follow this sort of thing (nosy!) I have the Get Fuzzy daily planner and the Worst Case Scenario day by day calendar. Because really, you never know. Hmm, wonder if they would be interested in a "Writing Romance" version of WCS. Either way, if I ever need to know how to get off a runaway camel, I'm ready.
For my wall calendar, at the moment it's the free one that came with my Romance Writers' Report magazine from RWA. Great quotes on writing romance, but I'm still looking for some scenic UK calendars. Any good recommends? I do still have my two Elaine Duillo calendars from way back when; alas, there won't be any more, but I can always scan the ones I have and slap them over the stock photography.
But new year brings new goals. Besides "activate cell phone" and "play Sims2" -- I saw the Phantom of the Opera movie on Friday and got a giant shot of "yeah, this is the sort of book I want to be writing." So do so. I've been an outlining fool during the holiday season, since actual writing time has been near nil. I'm starting blank books for the ideas cluttering my head, so when I have time to give them the attention they deserve, all the information will be in one place, with the proper collage elements tucked inside the cover (I find collaging helps the stories gel.)
Plus focussing on what makes a romance romantic. Which is a very good excuse to go see Phantom again.