Saturday, August 19, 2017

Adulting is hard

I'm in my mid-thirties, so I like to think I've been doing this whole adult thing for a while now. I will say the word adulting gets on my nerves a little, but it's kind of how I feel right now.

You may have noticed I've been silent for a while - okay, a long while. I've continued to publish books, but my personal life, which you may know I rarely talk about, is a little rocky. My husband's vision has been funky for months now and we finally found out this week that it's because he's not getting blood to his eyes, and chances are good it means his arteries are on the no-blood-shall-pass side of things.

My hubby is a Scorpio, which if you are one or have had to live with one, I hope you know it generally means there's stubbornness involved in any decision-making. Surgery is not something he's game for, so I'm trying to get him to do some adjusting to his lifestyle. Believe me, that is almost a full-time job in itself.

I am still hard at work. I put a story I've had sitting around for a while (The Gray Side of Eden) up on Kindle Scout last weekend to see how it does. I haven't had much success there, but I'm sort of a glutton for rejection it seems.

I've also been working on two other books. Splitting the Defense is one of my contemporary romances that has a tie to my most favoritest sports, hockey. I'm hoping to get that published on Amazon this week.

The other book is the one that has probably suffered the most from my split focus. It's still in the early stages - even though I think I've finally played the plot out in my head. It's also my first real kind of YA or teen book, as the main character is in high school (even though she's over 200 years old). Can you guess this one isn't a contemporary romance?

I'm hoping to get some more time to work on writing, but I may be a little behind my goal for the year. Thank you all for your continued support!

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