It’s been one of those weeks. You know the kind where you barely make it through it with even a shred of your sanity left. After the work week from Hell that the Hubby Man had and then Friday early morning our toilet hose burst open spewing forth great amounts of water all over the floor, us and the bedroom carpet until we could get it shut down to repair, we’ve been left exhausted. I’ll admit it can take me quite some time to recover from weeks like this as it exhausts my recovery ability and taxes my energy.
As I’m working on recovering, though, I’m left wondering what is next for me. Malevolent Mind is still with an editor, and while I haven’t seen any of the pages to start the edits I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it isn’t going to be horrible to clean up. Hopefully, soon I’ll be able to get enough of it to find an excerpt and get it cleaned up to finish getting the media kits ready to go for the cover release in twelve days.
I have talked with the cover designer as well to see how the bookmarks are coming along. We’re getting closer to nailing down a design, but wow. Let me tell you, they’re as amazing as the cover and quite frightening. I love them! Seriously, if you want to work with someone on your own designs that is absolutely a joy to work with and will make sure that you are 100% satisfied with the work, check out Amber at Reverie.
Also as you have probably noticed the blog has gotten a makeover. I’m working on fully converting it over into a functioning website. So please bare with me while the transition is occurring. To nobody who knows me’s surprise, I am not technologically intelligent. Still, I’m learning. I’m sure we will hit a few bumps along the way, but I’m hoping they’ll be minor. I do have a birthday party to attend later this evening. Man, how children grow up so fast.
Oh, I didn’t tell you. My book plotting for the fantasy novel is finished, only my mood isn’t right for it. Haha, I’ll have to tell you more about my seasonal writing moods on another post. Until next time.
Remember to L.O.L. (Live it, Own it, Love it) or it isn’t worth doing.