I can stay in my cashmere pjs all day and cuddle with my cat.
There's on-line shopping and internet porn.
Arranging and rearranging furniture in a small space, exercise, laundry and all the other everyday bullshit that I do on a Saturday.
Finally, when there is absolutely nothing else to do, I will jot down ideas for future writing projects.
I'm not a procrastinator like some of my writing colleagues. I'm a part time writer. Probably more of a hobbyist, I guess, if you want to track my sales. I only write when there is nothing else standing in the way of my focus. Sometimes that window of opportunity is huge hence the six novels I have on the market.
I still need to figure out ways that don't require a $ investment to promote those books before I embark on more writing. This is one - blogging here. Forget Facebook - I interact with the crowd I met on Monsterburg Manor instead of using it as a place to befriend other writers. And my own blog gives me a sad face. I offered a chance to anyone who commented on my blog post a free PDF of A Ghost's Chance, my romantic paranormal erotica set on St. Valentine's Day, but have had no takers at all even after spending an hour or so listing it on the Yahoo groups. Whah-wan!
It's also available as part of a bundle prize if you go to Excessica Publishing's like page on Facebook - you'll need to post the comment "I love love."
Snow seems so pretty when it falls like this. There is a snow storm in A Ghost's Chance, which is set in Watertown, NY. There's a ghost too. I don't believe in ghosts to be honest but I do like the idea of someone being there to help, like a guardian angel. Being Orthodox, I always have my home blessed and there's holy water in the cupboard for religious emergencies or whatnot. Powerful shit that is, says the woman who has also written a novel about a whore fucking Jesus...