Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Late but not lost

I have been very neglectful about writing my little essay for the Goddess blog but my life has been too hectic to do anything but deal with the hectic. I sold my home and moved into a small apartment in a beautiful retirement complex. I don' t have to cook if I don't feel like it. Now that's worth dealing with the chaos.

As for my writing. It has been on hold for a year or two as my husband's health declined. I have three finished romance novels waiting for editing before I send them out. They've been languishing on my computer pleading with me to get them up and going. They are 50,000 - 60,000 word stories. I have a long historical awaiting my attention and a new historical begging for attention.

All in all, I have a lot to do when my life settles down and starts running smoothly. My apartment faces the Strait of Juan de Fuca so I look out on the sea. In the distance are the Olympic Mountains in Washington. The sky is gorgeous when the sun is setting. To-day it's cloudy but the mountains are peaking through.

If you enjoy a page turning, romance suspense, have a look at my book, TOO YOUNG TO DIE. It's available from Cerridwen Press as an e-book. Here's the cover. Excerpts of all my books are available on my web site.

I'll be back in my usual Goddess spot on September 30. Promise!



Amber Skyze said...

Sounds like you've had a rough time. Hopefully things will settle down for you with the move.

Marianne Stephens said...

Take care of yourself and things will fall into place. Take a deep breath and do what needs to be done.