Okay, wake up...slip into running gear, leash up the dog...hit the road for a three and a half mile hill course. Get home, check email. Reply to the AMAZING fans who take time out of their day to drop me a line. (Seriously, I never thought I would get fan mail...it is too surreal.) Reply to the 5 or 6 companies that contact me to review their products for Amazon. Write reviews for the ones I have tried and tested.
Take a shower.
Back to the office for a writing session. Working on DEAD: End, the new DEAD: Snapshot--Leeds, England, UnCivil War, and the next Ava (something about roller derby Valkyries in Texas). Get in some editing for my clients that send me their work. And swap back and forth between that array of desk work.
Between sessions, get in some house cleaning. If the weather is good, pop outside and get in a little of the yard work that never seems to be caught up enough to just let go for a few days.
Back inside for some more writing. Duck into the studio and either have a recording session or an editing session. Working through DEAD: Snapshot--Portland, Oregon as an audible release that I hope to have done by the end of the month.
Back into the office for another writing/editing session. Housework. To the yard.
Somebody told me that working at home as a writer was a breeze. Nothing to it. Set your own hours...chill. Did I miss a memo?