Today was another typical working day for me (yeah, I know it’s Sunday, it makes no difference).
I spent the morning working on my second MONK novel. First, I revised the work I did yesterday, then worked on a new chapter. I managed to write 9 new pages. I had lunch, then I spent the next few hours studying the three pilot pitches I’m going to be doing at various studios and production companies tomorrow (while keeping one eye on my daughter, who was in the pool with a friend). And then, just before logging on here, I spent some time sending out emails to some booksellers to arrange signings in October for THE MAN WITH THE IRON-ON BADGE. Once I’m done with this post, I’ll BBQ some chicken for the family and then go back to work on MONK for a while before taking one, last look at the pitches before going to bed.
Tomorrow moring, I hit the road at 8 a.m. to make it on time to our first meeting of the day, a 10 am pitch in Hollywood. I probably won’t get home until after 5 pm and then, after dinner, I’ll revise the MONK pages I wrote today and, if I still have some energy left, I’ll try to work some more on the book.
Okay, time to go, the BBQ is calling…
4 thoughts on “Typical Day”
Good luck witht he pitching, Lee!
hi im doing this thing at school were we have to write about what we want to be and im 13 now so i should start deciding soon and i want to be a writer. I was wondering what you do on a typical average day.
what price range for salary
i am also doing a school project