A New Week, A New Dedication

Like most of my main characters, I hate Mondays and I hate mornings. Unfortunately, there isn’t much I can do about either. So I grit my teeth and push through–usually with the help of lots of coffee and later, rather than sooner, food. Considering this morning started before 0500, I feel like I’ve been up long enough to claim the morning is over and it’s time to sit down and get to work. Which is probably a good thing since the Muse is loud (not to mention evil) and demanding I put butt in desk chair and write.

Boy is she going to be surprised when she realizes I’m editing and not “writing” today. Bwahahahahaha.

I took part of the weekend to go through Nocturnal Revelations. I’d made some editorial notes the end of last week. With them printed out, I read through what I had on NR and, well, the book doesn’t suck. It isn’t high literature (thank goodness) but it doesn’t suck. That sort of scares me because at this point of the process, I’m usually convinced whatever the current WIP sucks eggs.

Once this book goes up for sale, I’m turning my attention back to Mossy Creek. I have two books outlined, once pretty much drafted out. I’m going to write those back-to-back because they are usually quick writes. That will help “pad” the pipeline some. Then it will be the final book in the Sword of the Gods trilogy and then it will be back to Honor & Duty. I have the next book fully outlined and ready to write after I do a bit more research.

In the meantime, it is back to normal here, as much it is ever normal. Of course, I realize I just jinxed myself. So I’m going to run and hide, taking the laptop with me. Maybe the muse won’t find me and infect me with another story that tries to shove its way to the forefront of my brain.

So here’s hoping we all have a good week. No political posting today. In fact, for the most part, that will occur over at Victory Girls Blog and According to Hoyt. Of course, there will, from time to time, be something that sparks a post here.

My last post at Victory Girls–Lisa Page and the FBI: the Gift that Keeps on Giving

At According to Hoyt, I started a running commentary on Kamala Harris’ book, The Truths We Hold.

 

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