So for some reason, if I try to use the easy link between partially written drafts, WP crashes. That’s why I’m posting so god dammed slow. It’s hard to follow up on an idea for a post if the bloody software keeps freezing, and I keep forgetting to go back to the ‘home’ page to avoid this.
I like WYSIWYG and point-and-click, dammit!
HEA gets to unveil the cover of book five in Anne Bishop’s Others series, Etched in Bone, which arrives in March 7, 2017. AND an excerpt! About the book: After a human uprising was brutally put down by the Elders—a primitive and lethal form of the Others—the few cities left under human control are far-flung.…
via Exclusive cover reveal and excerpt: ‘Etched in Bone’ by Anne Bishop — Happy Ever After
The weekend had this fellow show up, in need of rescuing. Currently residing in a cat carrier till we figure out what to do with him!
April 11 – I did some writing, got to 9728/25000.
April 12 – I got absolutely no writing done. Between having to talk with people I prefer to avoid, and finding a new author to appreciate*, I actually forgot to write! Like, I was getting ready for bed and suddenly realized I’d completely forgotten about nano. Completely. I blame the book I was reading, lol.
*Sarah Addison Allen. Her style’s feels like a blend of Alice Hoffman and Jennifer Crusie.
Quick aside – happy St. Patrick’s Day to those who celebrate it. When I was little and in primary school, it was a fun day, everyone wore green, and we got to colour in sheets with shamrocks and leprechauns. But by the time I was twelve or thirteen, it stopped making sense. There was exactly one kid in the class who had any Irish ancestors, and it kind of seemed weird to have a day to celebrate one nationality (and one that was a tiny minority in the area), but none for the ones that were better represented. These days, it’s just an excuse to drink green beer, lol.