It’s hot outside. Thank heavens for air conditioning. Without it, I’d be stretched out on the floor with the cat, trying to get less hot.
On the upside, August is waning, the Minnesota State Fair is in progress, and this heat can’t last forever.
Keep cool, my friends.
June has arrived and it’s been sunny a couple times so far. Not necessarily for whole days, or even hours at a time. Still one holds out hope. Especially for a couple days coming up when it looks like we might be having some more booksignings for the MFW anthology -Love in the Land of Lakes. I’ll post more info as it becomes available.
Last week’s snow has melted. The poppies are sprouting, the lilacs are budding, the maples are shedding. I do believe spring has finally, and truly, arrived. Projects abound and the urge to write is getting stronger.
Let’s make that rewrite. I have a manuscript that needs to be reworked. The hero never really came alive in the original version. Now… now he’s starting to take shape and I think he will be a better foil for my heroine.
This is going to be fun.
April 19, 2013, 7 inches of snow.
Our anthology – Love In The Land Of Lakes – received a 4 star review from RT. You can read it here. This is really cool, not just because my story happened to be called out, although that is definitely cool, too.
We’re talking about the Journey of an Anthology at the Midwest Fiction Writers monthly meeting this Saturday (March 9). A group of the authors (including me!) will be on a panel sharing our experiences and answering questions. I expect it will be fun and interesting.
The local newspaper has a wonderful article about the booksigning we had in Harmony.
Wish all booksigning/author appearances were so well attended and covered.