Tuesday, February 13, 2018

I'm back! Where I was, and why I missed my last two posts. - IWSG


I missed the last few posts of the Insecure Writer's Support Group. 
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I'm bummed because it's one of the best online writing groups out there. Check it out HERE!



I totaled my car Christmas Eve, then got the awesome shiner you see me sporting above. More craziness ensued. I won't go into detail at the risk of boring or terrifying you.

I was having difficulty getting my new novel, Lounge Act to my publisher.  Every free minute I've had the last two months was spent focussed on this book. Having a manuscript stagnate when it's almost done is rage inducing.

Then, some potential work dried up. I traveled for nothing, and no one told me Rambo would be my new neighbor. -see below-




My manuscript is finally turned in, and I have some new contract work. I'm jumping back in guys. Hope everyone is having a productive 2018!

10 comments:

  1. I was so sorry when I heard about your accident. I'm glad you're back, though, and hopefully without a shiner. :P Congrats on turning in your manuscript and your new contract work!

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    1. Thanks, Chrys! Looking forward to our next blog hop.

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  2. Yikes! What a bummer Christmas present. I'm intrigued by Lounge Act. The title piques my curiosity.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Thank, Arlee. I think I got all my bad luck out of the way in the beginning of the year. I'll be taking a stab at the A to Z challenge. Cheers!

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  3. I love the title of your new book - Lounge Act!
    Hope you're feeling much better now...
    Welcome back!
    Writer In Transit

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    1. Thank you, Michelle! I'm back to 100%. Looking forward to launching the next project.

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  4. That's some decor for the neighbor! Maybe he'll scare away any mischief makers?

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    1. True. I didn't look up close to see if those skulls were real. Still, anyone who post heads on spikes in their front yard is likely to keep away intruders.

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  5. That's a horrible shiner! Hopefully it clears up, soon!

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