A Prepublished Novel in the Process of Revisions and Rewrites

Monday, May 31, 2010

Happy Memorial Day!

Please let's take a moment to thank those who have given themselves to protect our country and our freedom.  Let's remember those who have given their lives in the same pursuit, as well.

I hope you all are having a wonderfully relaxing and restful weekend.  Whether you are celebrating the official beginning of summer, attending Memorials or BBQ'ing in your own backyards have fun and be safe.

I have been busy in the background working on some things and cleaning up other things so I may more easily pursue writing.  Sometimes its so hard to spread ourselves around.  Something has to give and of late it has been visibility for me.  Life tosses us all kinds of surprises, and we never know what is on the agenda for us from day to day do we?

I will tell you that I enjoyed a wonderful day at the beach on Saturday.  As I lay soaking up the sun and surf, I wondered why I don't take advantage of my environment more often, after all I do live in paradise.  What a beautiful and peaceful place to get the juices flowing.  As I reclined drinking up the sun's warm rays, I vowed that I will take myself to the beach more often than not on Saturday mornings and just relax and veg and write.  I will not leave home without some means of jotting down whatever comes to mind. People, imagery, and the senses in abundance!  Yes, food for thought...

Current read: My own book, Curse of the Marhime.  I am busy making a timeline and story thread log to delve into the sequel currently untitled:)

So yes, I've been quiet but I am working:)



  1. I hope you are able to get a lot of work done. I'm in the "non-work" phase right now. Trying to do a lot of reading while my editor has a few of my chapters under review. And also writing chapters for other books... writing rough drafts make me feel blah.

    Anyway, hope you enjoy your day. Two of my cousins are enlisted as well as a third cousin's husband. It's always nice to see people who appreciate the true meaning of the day.

  2. I used to spend so much time at the beach. Then I got the fear of sun cancer. I loved snorkeling the best.
    But, I luckily have a pool so I don't need the ocean!
    Which they are ruining by the way. So sad.