It's my favorite month of the year, shortly followed by November, October, and August. (Sorry September, but you aren't home to my birthday or any holidays involving great food...call again when you're ready to party.)
Where I live, December is the month that I can be sure we're done with the heat. It's when I finish eating or storing the last little bits of harvest from my garden, and I get to do some cutting back on all the shrubs and trees that went a little wild over the summer. I have an excuse to spend more time indoors, huddled with my laptop next to the fire, a cat on either side and a warm mug of tea steaming a safe 3 feet away. I put up the holiday decorations, burn a pine scented candle, do some holiday shopping--online, none of those store stampede shenanigans--and then blissfully tap tap tap away on my keyboard.
I bought several boxes of lights on post holiday sale last year, so after decking the halls, I'll be decking the trees and shrubs as well. I don't know why, but the lights and the smell of frost never fail to recharge my batteries.
I've been hanging around some forums for writers lately, trying to figure out how to increase my readership, and general consensus is to publish often, write books in series, and make the first book free. I'm already writing series with a free first book, so I figure that last piece is my next step. To that end, I am hoping to release a new book about every three months over the next year. Other writers keep talking about Amazon's sales algorithms, and how getting a new book on the virtual shelves at least every 90 days keeps you from falling off the visibility cliff. I have no idea how the algorithms work, but I figure 4 books in a year is a good goal regardless.
The Redemption series has at least 4 more books before we get to The End, so those outlines are high on my list, and so is the manuscript that I just finished for NaNoWriMo, which I intend to be a stand alone novel. So I guess we'll see how it goes from here. :)