Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Promises, Promises...

I keep saying I'm going to blog more, but then I never seem to do it. Life just gets away on us sometimes, though, doesn't it? I'm sure you understand.

Anyway, I will stop making promises. The truth is, I haven't been as frantically busy as I have been in the past, but my life has taken on a sense of balance lately, and I haven't wanted to ruin that balance by thinking about all the things I *should* keep up with. But I do miss blathering on on my blog, and so here I am, back to say hi.

I have some news that I'm not quite allowed to share yet. I will be working on an upcoming post with a cool prize to celebrate my news, so stay tuned! Here's one little hint: This new bit of news is NONfiction news :)))

Other than that, I have been plugging away at my first series--a set of 7 contemporary YA/NA books, and I'm finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. I've also been busy doing background work on local TV and movies, and while I don't watch a lot of TV, I run into celebrities that I remember from my childhood quite often, which is fun.

I've been very zoned in on reading my own works in progress, as a series of seven books takes a while to read, but when I decide I need a break from that, I've been reading some great biographies lately. At the moment, I'm reading Anna Kendrick's SCRAPPY LITTLE NOBODY.

How about you? What are you reading? Anything you'd recommend?

Like I said, check back for my upcoming news/contest, or if you're not already, follow my Fan Page of Facebook or Sign Up For My Newsletter. Or if you're feeling super ambitious, do both!

Until next time, friends...

1 comment:

  1. I can barely get my one blog post out each week and I'm not getting much writing done. But I am getting some good reading done. I just finished three books this week -- two middle-grades and an adult. I loved The Junction of Sunshine and Lucky, I liked Scar Island (the two MGs), and I found Two Days Gone (the adult) thrilling and unputdownable. If you like mysteries, Two Days Gone is a good one!

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