No, you’re not imagining things. This really is a post from jmmcdowell. Albeit, a brief one. My blogging hiatus continues because I’m finally working on the novels again. And they must take priority. October’s word count is approaching 9,000—a significant increase over September’s 6,800. I need to keep the momentum going. And that means the time hasn’t yet come to dive into blogging again.I hope you’re all doing well and finding success in all your endeavors. Keep at them! If all goes as planned, the new year should bring new posts. And then…? Well, we’ll just have to see. 🙂
Well, the New Year is here. While I’m not normally one to make resolutions, this year, the time seemed right to do so. Of course, figuring out which goals should take priority isn’t always easy. But it was a heck of a lot easier than figuring out exactly what pedestrians are supposed to do when confronted with the situation pictured below!
2015 has been a year of changes, both good and bad. In some ways, that’s true of every year. But sometimes the good is sweeter and the bad harder to bear.
Does anyone else find it harder to concentrate in summer than at other times of the year? Continue reading
While the rough draft of Death Out of Time remains with my alpha readers, I’ve been more than busy. A brand new house needs a lot of work—like establishing a yard. Thus, a short post today. Continue reading
Not my normal posting day, I know, but I wanted to get in an early April update. March is thankfully behind me. If everything had gone to January’s plan, it would’ve been hectic enough with the move. But Life apparently decided that would be too simple. Continue reading
February was a mixed month for me. On one hand, I made continued progress on the manuscript. On the other, life is still in the waiting game. And to borrow a third hand, the move to the new house draws even closer.