So, I guess now that spring has sprung it's time to clear the winter cobwebs from my brain and start getting to my blogging again. Sheesh, November was my last post. Whoopsy :)
My amazingly awesome editor Ricki has been busy editing my novel, Of Lions and Lambs and I am so EXCITED!!! Only two chapters left and it will be finished. This novel has been 2 1/2 years in the making and finally it is so close to being completed. YAYYY!! Now, all I have left to do is finalize the cover (which I think I have already done thanks to an incredible artist, Daniel) and send that baby off to Smashwords because I plan to release this novel as an eBook first, I think. Maybe.
Actually, I am undecided what I should do. On one hand I would love to have that baby as a thick paper book. The kind of book one can really dog-ear and high-lite all the great parts in. But, on the other hand launching as an eBook first is so much easier. Let's just say I am undecided and go with that.
I have also started book 2 of this novel series, The Devil's Redemption. Actually, I have two different outlines going for this book, sooooo...yaaaaaa. I'll see where this ends up.
Lately, I have been getting the urge to go junking. I absolutely love the hunt for old rusty-rustic things and with spring comes everyone's need to get rid of all their great junky stuff. I just can't wait to see what treasures I find waiting to be brought home to add to my decor or repurposed or sold again to feed my trash to treasure addiction.
Spring is a funny time for me. It's like anything is possible in the spring. I guess that's because with spring comes rebirth of the Earth and with that brings the feelings of new hope. It's never too late to start over or do a redo of your life. Life is sort of funny that way, it can take you one direction and then totally turn you around and lead you down another path. That's the great thing about life it's yours to chose, so there is always hope.