Right now the biggest mystery is how to find the time to do all that I need to do. I know that others have the same problem.
Of course some days are more frustrating than others, but I've had quite a few of those days lately.
Maybe when someone reaches the age I am, she ought not to be writing two mystery series every year. That probably would be so difficult if when I was writing one, I had to be promoting the other.
Times like these I think how nice it would be to have a personal assistant--you know, one who would make sure you weren't interrupted while you were working, and who would take care of the laundry, put dinner in the oven, and see that you had everything packed for you next trip.
Maybe I could get my imaginary personal assistant to write the blogs I've promised and pop into Facebook and Twitter and leave a quick message or two.
My biggest issue right now is I'm in the middle of edits for the next Rocky Bluff P.D. that needs to be sent off to my publisher if it's going to come out after the first of the year. At the same time I'm also busy promoting Dispel the Mist the latest in my Deputy Tempe Crabtree series.
We've been traveling nearly every weekend to one place or another for talks or book fairs. That I enjoy, but not all the catch-up I have to do when I get home. I bought a mini-computer so I could do blogs and all the social networking, but I find when I'm away from home and having fun, when I get back to my room I'm too tired to do much computering. (I don't care that the spell-check doesn't like that word, I do.)
Since I'm not willing to give anything up as yet, I guess my mystery will remain unsolved.