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I am the lone locust of the Apocalypse!

26 January 2011

I guess, especially lately, I’m always one to have projects going. Unfortunately, these projects don’t seem to go in a very productive, day-to-day fashion: projects like “clean the kitchen” or “build yet another bookshelf to handle our still-not-insignificant influx of books though the wife and I both do digital now, as well.” (Yeah, that’s a long project title. And most of our furniture is bookshelves. Really.)

No, my projects run more along the lines of (who’d have guessed) writing. I’m finishing up 200 Days, as I mentioned on the blog yesterday, but there’s also pre-edit work on the 47 Echo sequel, a couple of short stories I’m writing at the request of a good friend, and attempting to spool up for the next Twitter Novel Project (I think I know what it’s going to be, but I’ll probably change my mind five times in the next two months). This is, of course, on top of the normal day-job work.

I do a pretty decent job of stacking tasks. And though my method of getting everything done might not be the smartest (just stay awake until all of my goals are hit), it works more often than it doesn’t.

What about you, folks? When you have multiple projects going, what’s the best way you’ve found to work on them all? Or are you smarter than me (probably the case), and do you only work on one project at a time?

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