Showing posts from December, 2010

The Christmas Spirit

Okay, I know the last time I posted I wasn't exactly full of Christmas cheer. But here we are, it's Christmas Eve and not only am I ready for the "Big Day" I'm also working on a novel about it set in the wonderful little town I've created over the past three years in other novels. Those novels have been works in progress for far too long. This year, 2011, is the year I finally put them all to rest and work my sorry butt off to have them published. There, it's out there. The Bookstore Lady and  Date with a Dead Guy will see their last edits early next year. As for Book Three which is titled Padded Walls , I'm still working on it and have Book Four started as of the beginning of December. It doesn't have a title or even a real story line yet, it's more of a meandering at present. I have so many projects sitting on shelves which do need to see the light of day. Now is the time to get my act together and start getting things published. On the b

Two Weeks Before Christmas...

I've been having a hard time getting into the whole Christmas spirit this year. We live 2000 miles away from our family and have no visitors this year. Not to mention we've had no snow until now. Today, Dec 12, we've been blessed. First of all, it started to snow today. Everything is white and fresh. Secondly, I hosted the HWG Christmas Luncheon while my husband went to a karate seminar. Not all of the HWG group was here, but the ones to joined the party had a wonderful time. Plenty of food. Great conversation. And my cats. I was worried about the cats causing problems but they were wonderful. Oscar slept the entire time, Jazz made his rounds as a social butterfly. He checked out all of our guests - heads and feet - and seemed to approve of them all. Tonight, Jazz was asleep on the foot of my son's bed. Exhausted from the festivities. So were the kids! As writers, we all had a similar complaint. Not enough time/too busy to write. Although today gave some of us a