Hi all! We already know I’m a terrible blogger and I apologize (yet again) for the lack of updates. I know most of you probably visit hoping to hear about Ghost and Macy and I wish I had better news for you, but the truth is I haven’t made much progress on them lately. I’m hoping to change that very soon.
See, the issues I’ve been dealing with are mostly day job-related. There was a brief, blissful period last year when I was a full-time writer and it was wonderful. Alas, it didn’t get to last very long. There were certain things my family and I wanted that just weren’t going to happen if I wasn’t working. So back to work I went. My creativity plummeted. Honestly, I’m surprised I wrote as much of Ghost & Macy’s book as I did.
But things are looking soooo much better now on the job front. As in, I left the high-stress one I had and took an old one I used to love–the one I had when I wrote 3 out of my 4 books. Because it’s a great atmosphere, and I love everyone there, and there is little stress (that’s the biggie–it wreaks havoc on me), and there’s nothing to take home. Why did I ever leave this job in the first place, you ask? Great question. But it doesn’t matter anymore. Sometimes, there IS something to be said for turning back. :-)
What does all this mean for you? Hopefully more words outta ME. I’m getting settled in now but I want to start hitting it hard very soon. I usually don’t set daily writing goals for myself and I’m thinking I should start. You guys have been AWESOME, and honestly, I feel dreadful that it’s taken so long to write this book. To those of you who wish I were more prolific, believe me, so do I. But I think I’ve taken the right step to getting my groove back. No excuses. So wish me well, and I’ll keep you updated on my progress.
Along with Ghost & Macy, I’m excited about a rock star romance I’ve written a few scenes for. Y’all know how I love me some rock stars, right?