For those living in the United States, yesterday was the Thanksgiving holiday. Did that mean I didn't get any writing done? Perish the thought--in fact, this week, I'm currently putting three short stories that I wrote before, roughly a year ago, from my notebook to the computer.
Yes, I wrote them long-hand. Handwritten, even. It's still a viable form of writing, if one does not have a computer or iPad or other electronic device to write on--or you find writing on a tablet tedious, like yours truly.
I'm also doing the literary agent search. I've narrowed the list down some, and I'll start tackling it within the next few weeks. I still want to research the ones I've identified, search for them on Facebook or Twitter or even on their own blogs, to see if they'd be a good fit.
This week I also got a stroke of luck. Michael Hyatt, former CEO of Thomas Nelson and successful author, blogger, and podcaster, answered one of my questions on this week's podcast, which was an open-question session. I asked him about whether or not his latest book Platform had any chapters regarding fiction writing and I also asked him on whether or not fiction writers needed for an online presence. It was interesting to hear his answer, which can be shortened up with a simple: "Yes."