|Lighten up, James. And don't sue me.|
For a lot of writers, December means the start of revisions for Nano, and the planning of another year's projects. Whether this means querying, starting something new, or taking a well-deserved break, it's all about change and new challenges.
I use December as a time to get cozy with the family and settle in to writing more on my current projects. I find myself gravitating to other writers to share ideas and encourage each other. While the world is in high-gear madness, I put the brakes on. Or at least I try to. It's hard to move slowly in a fast world, but the longer I live, the less I feel like rushing.
How do you handle the holidays? Do you think it's a time to speed up or slow down?