Self-Imposed #Deadlines


I sincerely try to complete my novels on time, but every week things just seem to get in the way: running errands, housework, spending time with my new husband, binging on a trending new series on Netflix, and did I mention spending quality time with my wonderful husband? Before I know it, the due date I thought I had plenty of time to meet, is closely approaching, and then its crunch time!

Yikes!

It’s gotten so bad I decided to just do away with deadlines all together. POOF! No more pressures of trying to get a book released as planned. Instead, in 2017, I intend to work smarter, not harder, allowing myself the freedom to develop my characters and stories until I’ve reached the point I’m ready to release. Isn’t that the beauty of being an indie author?

With that said…

I will just have to learn to keep my projects a secret until they are ready for preorders. Readers will probably think I’m nuttier than they already do, and that’s okay. I’m an author… but I’m also human.


About Angie

Since strutting onto the literary scene in five-inch heels, Angie Daniels has been capturing her audience’s attention with her wild imagination. The USA Today Bestselling Author has written over thirty novels for imprints such as BET Arabesque, Harlequin/Kimani Romance and Kensington/ Dafina and Kensington/Aphrodisia Books. Angie has won numerous awards including a Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award for When it Rains, and an Emma Award for Favorite Erotic Romance, for A Delight Before Christmas. She began her road to publication in 2001 when she was offered a four-book deal with Genesis Press. In 2002 she signed with BET/Arabesque which was purchased by Harlequin/Kimani Romance in 2005. Angie joined Kensington Publishing in 2003. She has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Columbia College. For more information about upcoming releases, and to connect with Angie on facebook https://www.facebook.com/AuthorAngieDaniels

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