Happy (very late) New Year! I survived Christmas stress. I’m pretty certain the immediate family survived my Christmas stress as well >.>.
I admit that I was taken by surprise, because in general I would not be considered an optimistic person by nature, and as I mentioned elsewhere, I had not realized just how much I had been looking forward to a “normal” christmas, until Omicron hit and that went right out the window.
But! After just over a week of writing holiday, I found my writing feet again, and have been getting myself back on track.
First: Sea of Sorrows has finally made it to audible.com. I’ve updated the link on the bibliography page. This is the first time I’ve done things on my own, so I have no idea whether or not this long delay in processing audiobooks for audible is normal or a backlog. Sorry for that =/.
I am working on Cast in Eternity. I had intended – as I often do – that this would be a slightly more humorous book, but the book immediately turned left instead of continuing down the road, and the driver clearly has a knowledge of teeny, tiny back alleys and general geography that… I apparently lack. I know the end, but in the middle I am staring at it and wondering how where I am and where it is match up. It’s an Adventure!
I have broken the 100k word mark (again) on Hunter’s Redoubt. The book – and my interaction with it – is in a good place, and things are clearer to me now than they were when I was struggling to keep everything contained in a smaller space.
But, as usual, I’m scrambling to catch up to with everything I’m behind on. I’ve managed to write my books, but have … been less conscientious about, oh, everything else. My email inbox is a fright. Among other things. So, I’ll just be digging myself out over here.
I hope you all have a wonderful year.