I’ve just recently read her novella Semper Audacia (a mere .99 at Amazon) in which not only did she do a fantastic job creating a detailed and intriguing world, but gave her readers a plot that was fast-paced and engrossing
Maybe because I'm easily bored is why I usually work on at least two projects. If one needs more attention, I'll drop the other to give the problem child or project under deadline my full focus. I have pretty strict time schedules which is how I squeeze things in. I still feel as if things get away from me. And, they do sometimes.
The observatory is open in the summer -- end of May through end of September. I work Friday and Saturday nights. It does get my schedule out of whack as I adjust back and forth between astronomer's hours and my usual routine. Sundays and Mondays are rough for me. Naps on Friday and Saturday afternoons are a must.
Taking time for some frivolity is also a must. It's important to recharge our batteries and frivolity often provides fodder for future work. The observatory has had a hand in sparking ideas in everything I've written so far.
PB: So between this great new series, exploring and stargazing ~ have anything new out beyond the fringe?