My alpha reviews have come in for Death Out of Time. They’re extremely helpful. The cat appears to be alive, although it needs serious attention. I’m mulling over the review comments and letting them sink in before I make any changes to the manuscript.
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
Have I confused anyone yet? If you’re a fan of “The Big Bang Theory,” you might remember Sheldon using Erwin Schrödinger’s thought experiment when both Penny and Leonard, wondering if they should follow through on a date, asked him for advice. (We’ll just skip over the fact that Sheldon would be one of the last people I’d ask for relationship advice….) Continue reading
This is a brief post. Today marks the sixth anniversary of the day I first sat down at the computer and began writing a novel.
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.
On Friday, my blog turns three. As I write that sentence, I wonder how that’s even possible. Where did the time go? Continue reading