I just looked at the date on my last post and said, “No, there must be some missing. I couldn’t possibly be quiet for this long.” Evidently, I could. I didn’t mean to be so quiet for so long. But, you know, life got in the way. I’m caught in what is affectionately referred to as the sandwich generation. But as a friend of mine said, ‘I hate it when they call it the sandwich generation. Sandwiches are nice things. Call it what it is: the mammogram generation. You get squeezed from both sides until you scream.” Ah, yes. Okay, I was also writing, and well, I did get to go to Italy. Yes,(if the picture actually did download), that is me sitting outside in a lovely piazza in Matera. But I’m back now, and hard at work. We’re in the final stretch of the Miss Fortunes, and it looks as if Dangerous Temptation is out. In my next post I’m going to tell you a bit about the dedication of the book, and a very important character in the Daughters of Myth trilogy; The Seer, Kieran O’Driscoll. But not now. Now I’m going to head to bed, hoping I can get some good writing done tomorrow so I can post again tomorrow night. Remember. I’m going to have a story to tell.
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