Sunday, November 4, 2012

November Up-Dates

I know I've not been here in the past months, but I see that a number of you have been--yes I have spies that tell me when you've been here and when you haven't. But I'm very greatful for your stopping in and checking things out. I owe you at least a post or two. I hope to have more news for you in the next few weeks. Meanwhile, this is what I've been up to.

I've been busy working on Sabrina Strong novel #5, awaiting my edits for #3--my hope is that it will get to me this month and you'll have a new book to read by December.

I've also been busy working on edits to my Spell of the Black Unicorn, (a paranormal mystery), to turn it into an eBook, eventually. My beta reader has been working on it for several months, and I'm now just about done working through the edits. Then I'll let it set for the rest of the year, I think. I'll then go back to my other WIP.

I'm not a believer in writing like a mad woman for the NaNo. That just isn't something I want to do. I really don't need the motivation. I'm already motivated to work.

Here is what other things I've been working on over the summer. Two titles are now at Amazon and one is now on Smashwords.
Vampire, My Own
Vampire, My Own is my only YA short story. You can see a description and buy it HERE: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009FAXUP8.

Murder Mansion
Murder Mansion is a short horror piece. You can see the description and buy it HERE:
 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009UDZHDI


I've also been busy taking care of some feral cats/kittens. They've added delight to my life. My husband also takes care of them, and will report their antics to me when I'm busy in here. He's the one who feeds them and sets out water for all the critters that come to our yard. The other night he thought he saw one of the cats taking a drink. Nope. It was a 'possum.

Hard to believe we'll be carving up a turkey, when we've just finished carving a pumpkin. But I look forward to the meal. Who doesn't? I'm planning on making my own cranberries so as to avoid the high fructose in the canned versions. We'll see how that goes.

Hope you can stop by and say "hi", and let me know whether or not you're into the NaNo this month, and if not why. I love hearing from you, no matter.

4 comments:

  1. Its always good to let things stew.

    Hugs and chocolate,
    Shelly

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  2. Yep. The longer it stews the better it tasts--er something like that (^;

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