Falling into Winter
I've been doing really well with posting each week...until last week. But September is a very busy month for my family with birthdays and anniversaries, so you'll just have to accept my apologies.
This is the view outside my kitchen window today. Seems appropriate for the first day of Fall, doesn't it? I don't mind Fall, but there is something sad about it. I can look forward to a nice crisp Winter's day, but somehow the season that bridges Summer and Winter is an unwelcome reminder that time is passing.
I am in the final stretches of what I'm calling "my Azores book." I don't have a title yet, but it is a contemporary romance set mainly on the Portuguese island of San Miguel. It's about now that I start wondering what my next project will be. Of course, I will still have to polish and edit the Azores manuscript, but it doesn't do to get out of the writing habit for too long.
If you get a chance this week, I will be visiting a couple of blogs, so come and say hi! On Monday, September 23, I'll be guest blogging at Long and Short Reviews and Sharon Buchbinder is interviewing me. Then, on Thursday, September 26, I'm back at Long and Short Reviews for another interview. (Please note, the links will not be live until the days listed). I'll be giving away copies of MOUNTAIN FIRE to commenters on Long and Short Reviews, so pass it on!
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