I Have No Excuse

I have written before about procrastination, but today I am talking about lack of decisions. I really think there’s a difference.

My new book, Relative Unknown, is a project stuck in the muck of indecision. I know where I want it to go, but there’s two or three ways to get there and that’s my curse. I like all the ways…..

So, for the first time, I’m thinking of using an outline and putting all three ideas on paper. Sound good? It’s all I can think to do.

Until next time……

Published by ritr72

I have been an RN for over 45 years and all my fiction writing uses my nursing as a backdrop. My protagonists are nurses needing to solve mysteries. On a non-fiction note, I'm still working as an RN, raising grandchildren, and writing whenever I can.

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