Sorry I haven't posted, I was writing like the maniac I was the first week of July (CampNaNoWriMo total in six days of writing (between July 1 and 8th, I took two days off in the middle) came to 50,145 words.
For a project that I did entirely for myself and don't think the world will ever see. And that's perfectly okay with me :~)
Given the highly manic state I was in at the time due to a doctor prescribed change in meds (you never know how these things will go... and hence my ability to write like that-- if there was any doubt before that my meds are the master of my fate when it comes to my ability to write, there can be none now...) the writing was effortless, and I have missed it being that way so much. Alas, I could not continue on like that (too dangerous to my health overall) so my meds have been changed AGAIN and I have been exhausted the past several days. Trying to wake up, and get back into the swing.
Some changes on my publishing team have me scrambling at the moment, too, but hopefully that will all work out soon...(I will really miss you, Wendy...thank you for everything.)
In the meantime instead of a real post, I will show you my latest painting...first time I've picked up a brush in a long time...hope you like her.
The text is taken from a single line of random dialog I wrote some time ago. The entire piece read:
"Do I miss him?" She repeated the senseless question. "Sooner you should ask, sir, if the stars would mourn the moon."
So the painting has the last line in it. I think it's kinda cool.
|Moon and Stars by February Grace (blue streaks in her hair, still drying!)|
Talk soon, xoxo
PS Thank you to Melissa and Jo for their recent 5 star reviews of In Starlight! I appreciate them both so much. Additionally, Jo is running a contest on her blog for eBook sets of OF STARDUST and IN STARLIGHT! You can enter by visiting her here. Thank you again, Jo! :~)