So, I got sick–the flu sucks. I got my flu shot but it didn’t save me though. I must have gotten one of the strains that I was vaccinated for. But because misery likes company, I gave it to my husband and now he’s super sick. My sister is still holding strong, the girl has the constitution of an ox. I hope she remains that way because it really sucked.
All that said, I didn’t have a lot of time to work on Jonah last week between DayQuil shots. But I had a hypomanic recovery and I’ve written five chapters since Saturday. My goal today is only 3000 words and I haven’t started yet, so I have to get going. Yoinks!
Oh goodness, it’s been a while. It’s hard to get back on track once you’re off-track but hopefully, my planner is more or less set again. No more shaken and stirred events setting it off the path. I am mixing metaphors, but I’m allowed, it’s been a testing time. I’m still stressed.
I’m behind and literally treading water. In case you missed it, my life got crazy and I soon followed. I just got back from a trip home to my family because my dad was badly injured. I returned home to San Diego, read JONAH only to sink into a depressive dismay that demanded immediate action to improve where I was going with my story. It smells like a dung heap.
So excited… it’s only two weeks away now! Woohoo! Trace is almost here and with him is the anxiety and nervousness that comes with the launch because I never know if people will love or hate a story. Especially one I love, and I love this one. I swoon for this dude. Trace is my kinda alphahole.
Before I wax on about my love for him, ad nauseam, here’s the teaser!
It’s finally TRACE’s cover reveal and I’m so excited. Xpresso Book Tours is handling my cover reveal and Giselle and her hosts are doing an amazing job. I can’t tell you how impressed I am with the response I’ve had so far because this is only a few hours into the cover reveal and most of the time I don’t see much until the end of the day.