Thursday, February 14, 2013

Just a random post about random things...

Hiya, I'm just doing a little post to say hi, and tell ya howdy.
I did some hooping the other day and decided to post highlights of the day.  

Also, I just wanted to let ya all know that I'm doing a giveaway for my book, "Rise of the Fallen," on the fifteen and sixteenth of this month---This Friday and Sat. The kindle will be free via this link: Rise of the Fallen

Also my book, Flotsam will be free on  the 22 and 23d of this month via this link: Flotsam


In other news, I've been working hard on book three and four. Why work on two books at the same time? Sometimes I wonder the same question. Actually, I think it's smart so I don't confuse myself with what's going on. It does happen, at least to me. If I change one thing in book three, then my whole rough draft of book for looks rather odd. Especially  if someone dies, and then....wham! There goes that person in every chapter.
It's crazy. At times I feel like I write myself into a big mess. I hope other writers do the same. Otherwise I'd feel like I was the only one who tangled myself up in my own words. 

You'd think that 26 letters of the alphabet wouldn't be so hard to handle. But roping, taming, arranging, herding, and handling those words are a lot harder than it looks. They like to get mixed up, and tanlged up, and they sometimes don't behave like they should. Sometimes they have minds of their own, and they just want to do their own thing. 
Phew....and you didn't think writing was tough? 
Well---It is. 

Hum ho who....I think I better get back to writing---"not that I'm not writing right now." But you know what I mean. 

Happy Valentine's day!
I celebrated today by skating, and yesterday I made a million Valentines to take to the elderly for a program we are going to be doing in a few days, for an after Valentine's day music program thing.

Hope you have a fantastic day with your special someone. As of yet, my someone is a fictitious character.
Sometimes fictitious characters are better than real ones.


  1. I can see some wisdom in working on 2 in a series at the same time, Steph. Can make editing a little easier (not having to cross-reference everything a million times, etc.). :-)

  2. Wesley, yes that is very true! It does cut back on some of the headaches. :)


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