I am now two-thirds of the way through my new western time-travel titled A Chance for Love. Even with all of the classes I am teaching, I am finding time every week to work on the book. I hope to have the first draft done by the end of May.
This will be my granddaughterâ€™s first Easter and I am going to buy her an Easter dress. This is the first little girlâ€™s Easter dress I have ever gotten to buy. The boys were not really into Easter dresses. We are going out to dinner that night I am going to make sure she wears the dress. It is a great night to go out to eat since most everyone stays home.
Since my oldest son decided to put a new roof on the house and the leak in the bathroom roof is now fixed, I am redoing my front bathroom. My youngest, Rob, and I are going out on Thursday to pick out new tile for around the bathtub. It is so much fun to redecorate.
I am finding it hard to sit down and write now that the sun is out and it is warm. I think Iâ€™d rather be doing almost anything else. Iâ€™m waiting for Rob and his wife to come by with a recording of the babyâ€™s heart beat. It is pretty cool that they can record it.
Wow! It has been a week since I checked out the OCC blogs and I almost missed yours! I was in a tizzy trying to finish my short story for the Wild at Heart fundraising project, deadline was April 1. I am glad I got back into the swing of things.
Your new book sounds fascinating and the cover rocks – kudos to Lex Valentine and you for working with her!
I am glad to hear that you are looking forward to a fun Easter.
As if Olivia Merriman doesn’t have enough to do in her beloved town of New Moon Beach, now her grouchy great-grandmother has recruited her to head up their coven of witches; her sisters are miffed, the coven is pushing her to accept the job, and to top it all off an evil wizard is messing with her love life. More info →