Over the last few weeks, I’ve been working on a few writing projects.
I finished up a script based on my book MY GUN HAS BULLETS and sent it to some friends.
I wrote my outline for MR. MONK AND THE BLUE FLU and sent it off to the powers-that-be…now I am waiting for approval so I can start writing the book.
I wrote an article for an MWA chapter newsletter in the mid-west on writing the MONK books.
I wrote two more entries for my "Natalie" blog, which will be going live on the USA Network website in a couple of weeks.
Last night, I finished the first draft of a script based on my book THE WALK…now I am going to set it aside for a week or two and read it fresh before attempting the rewrite.
Today I’m trying to come up with an idea for my short story for Robert Randisi’s latest crime anthology, which is due in March, and once I’ve done that, maybe I’ll have an inspiration and figure out what my eighth DIAGNOSIS MURDER book is going to be about. And I’ve got a couple of more "Natalie" blogs to write…
Later next month, Bill and I start work on our spec pilot and will probably be tackling another MONK episode, this one based on my book MR. MONK GOES TO THE FIRE HOUSE.
2 thoughts on “The Writing Fool”
“…I’m trying to come up with an idea…”
I’m curious. Is that systematic? Do you scribble ideas on a notepad? Chant prayers? Light candles? Sacrifice virgins?
Sometimes for nonfiction I will actually sit down and just list off ideas for a particular market and choose the best one or even send off queries for several, but I’m curious, is this just an expression or do you actually sift through ideas?
So what are you doing in your spare time?