When it rains, it pours. That's how I've been feeling about writing lately.
To elaborate. I'm in the process of revising Siren 2 (official title TBA soon, I hope!), and that's going well...but I keep getting distracted. There's the fun middle-grade project I've been working on and am very excited about, the YA contemporary I started a couple of months ago, the other YA contemporary I started last weekend and can't stop thinking about, the YA supernatural-ish idea I've been researching, and so on and so forth. Siren 2 is currently my main focus, and while revisions are almost done, I'm still having a hard time ignoring other WIPs. I'm usually a single-project kind of girl, diving into whatever idea I've committed to and putting mental blinders on to others until I've seen the first one through. That's how I've been most productive in the past. But does that mean that's how I'll always be most productive?
So I'm curious. What do you, my fellow readers and writers, do when you have many ideas and only so many hours? Do you work on a few at a time? Assign days? Divide days? Force yourself to stick with one at a time? I'd love your thoughts!