I'm leaning slightly to the left.
Only joking. Not THAT sort of list.
I have several lists, actually, though I hardly like to admit it here because it's meant to be a very primitive means of self-management. Who cares, if it works for me?
The thing is, I have multiple projects going on at once. If anyone asks me what I'm working on at the moment, my mind goes into freefall and I can't think of anything at all so I sound as if I'm frittering away my existence, SO...today I'm going to put down in black and white one area of my work:
Writing for children!
1. Sleepytime Tales - Earth Baby is available to download here and will shortly be made into a greetings card with CD insert. Earth Baby will feature in a parenting magazine called ABC - here - along with an article I've written about babies' bedtimes. The second Sleepytime Tale (Birthday Baby) is written ready to record.
2. Quirky Tales - The Mysterious Disappearing Flower and The Great Wheelie Bin Robbery are available to download here
Tracey, my trusty right-hand woman (I think she's right-handed, anyway!) has been working hard on marketing opportunities for Sleepytime and Quirky Tales while I've been away and today is the day to START!
3. Help Your Child With Literacy (for 3-7, or for 7-11 year olds) can be bought from Continuum Books
4. Milo Saves The Circus - is to be released as an iPad/iPhone app - latest date, end of February. Production blog http://www.balloondays.net/
5. Curly Caroline Stamps Her Feet - a picture book for little children - is currently lurking at The Andersen Press, so everyone keep fingers crossed for good news there.
6. Of Night and Light - a teen screenplay I wrote and which did well in the MoviePoet feature length contest (came second, if you must know!) should be top of my list, because I'm going to write a novel version. Very soon.
Errrm - I think that's it.
Writing lists is a great way of NOT writing block-busting novels...