Life has been a little crazy here lately. Winter is visiting early and we’re getting snow. Way more snow than normal for this time of year, in fact. A family member has been dealing with a health issue as well that means they can’t drive, so I’ve been driving them to appointments. Now, snow and roads...yeah, I’m not a fan of winter driving. I can do it, I’m good, but I don’t enjoy it.
Mostly my writing has been uninterrupted and normal scheduling, though the occasional day I’ve had to adjust around medical appointments. I’m now proofreading and making tiny changes for words and meanings, so I’m almost done. Facing the Fire will be for sale soon!
With everything going on right now, I’m resting every chance I get, when I’m not editing, that is. My first newsletter is already prepared and ready to be sent out on the 27th of October. I can relax and work on the final stages of getting Facing the Fire out into the world and still help my family member with their health problems.
I’ll leave it there, as it’s nap time. I just got back from driving up to a hospital on horrible roads, and I’m tired!
I’ve been writing stories for myself for years. Now, I’m a published author. No genre is off limits, though I have some favorites.