Saturday I had fun hanging out at the local library with other local authors. DJ Murphy and I showed off our youngest readers…and I tried not to be put out by my grand daughter’s apparent preference for DJ’s book to mine. LOL.
Anyone miss me Friday?
Last week was a challenge for me as I wrestled through revisions, while fighting a series of migraines due to the unsettled weather…and probably somewhat due to my unsettled feelings about a couple of scenes in the story that I was struggling to make work.
I’m ecstatic to report that I typed “The End” on Friday evening and celebrated by reading other people’s stories all weekend. What a treat!
One of the stories I read was an advanced reader’s copy of Margaret Daley’s 2013 release, Scorned Justice. Oh my. She kept me up until 1 am. There were lots of twists and turns in the plot, but wow, I did not see the big one coming. If you love romantic suspense, you’ll want to add this one to your to-be-read pile.
This week, I’ll read through my own story one last time, and write a revised synosis for the art department, as they begin their task of creating a cover for the story, which… still hasn’t been named.
My apologies to all who offered suggestions on that front. We haven’t won over my editor with any yet.
Your Turn: What do you like to do for a change of pace?