Sixth Book: Outlined Because I Had To

I know what you’re thinking, and no I’m not about to jump into yet another book when I’m currently sitting on three unfinished ones.

But, I had to write this outline.

You see, what I’m calling my Sixth Book is actually the one I was considering writing instead of the Fourth Book I’ve been drafting for some time now. I went back and forth between the two, but opted out of the other at the time for personal reasons.

That doesn’t mean I gave it up, though, and by the time it’ll be written and published, those personal reason will no longer be applicable.

So, I had all of these ideas bouncing around my head like Jumping Beans, taking up space and flourishing at a time I simply don’t want to be working on the book. To take care of that, I wrote every idea I had down in a Word doc, completely undeveloped. Given that, it was all only about three quarters of a page—but that’s most of a page no longer crowding my thoughts.

That doesn’t just make me happy; it allows me to better focus on the tasks at hand. And also to be really excited about working on a book so far into my future.

But what about the fifth book? Well, that’s a story for another day.