3 weeks

I wanted to apologize for the lack of posts. I’ve been ill for about 3 weeks, and I haven’t felt well enough to write anything. This happens to me periodically, although not always for that long. I have frequent episodes of extreme fatigue, which makes it nearly impossible to hold down a job. No one wants to hire someone when they don’t know that employee will be there. I also can’t write anything when I’m like this.

The good news is that I do still have a manuscript with my publisher that’s been signed. I’m just waiting on it to go into editing. It’s a sci-fi novella, which should be a quick, fun read. I’ll let you know when I’ve heard more, but don’t worry. Just because I haven’t been writing doesn’t mean there isn’t a book coming. I’m also waiting on word from someone on another manuscript, but it’s been a while. I hope to hear soon, but it might be several more months. It might even be a rejection, but really, it might not. So, keep on being patient. I appreciate it while things get sorted.

I’m also still dealing with intense grief. This year has been very difficult on many levels, which I will not get into here. But I miss my little girl. She was the sweetest girl I could have hoped to have, and I’m so lucky I got to know her and love her for 7 years. It wasn’t long enough, but that was all the time I had. I’m so grateful for that short time, and I feel like a better person because of it. It was a privilege to raise her from a rambunctious, crazy little puppy into the loving, happy girl she was at the end, tail always wagging. What a great loss, as you can imagine. My heart will forever miss her.

While I’m still trying to recover, if you haven’t left a review for Descent of the Vile or The Blood Hotel, please consider doing so. My books will sell better with positive reviews, and I only have very few. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading the books as much as I enjoyed writing them. Thank you so much!

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