We’re now about two weeks away from book two in the Gexalatian Tales Series, RETURN TO GEXALATIA!
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To celebrate the launch of book two, I’m running a raffle! Enter in all three categories for a chance to win an autographed copy of Return to Gexalatia and some other amazing swag! Stay tuned for more awesome posts as we count down to book two!!!
THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES MARCH 10!
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This year has been crazy and exciting and heart-wrenching for me. Return to Royalty was published, I created my own publishing company, I did a handful of book signings, made some new writer-friends, participated in some blog hops, went to some comic cons, and lost a dearly loved member of my family.
This month I’ve been dealing with the loss of Daisy, while trying to prepare for the holidays and finish my writing projects. Unfortunately, the cancer finally got the better of her and we had to put her to sleep on November 17, 2017. I didn’t want to see my best friend go, but she was in pain. It still doesn’t make it any easier.
I’m thankful for all of the time we had together over the last eight years. I’m thankful that such a kind and loving soul was entrusted to my care. Saying goodbye is hard, but I have lots of pictures and happy memories to help me through it.
Daisy’s illness and death completely derailed my NaNoWriMo, and The Time – Traveler’s Cat has been shelved for the moment. I’m planning to finish book two, the sequel to Return to Royalty, and I’m really pushing for it to be available for purchase in March 2018. Some days I don’t feel like being creative, but I know it’s almost finished. It’s the last little stretch before the finish line, and sometimes that last little bit is hard.
Despite having such a not-so-great November, I’m hoping that December and 2018 bring new adventures and more happy days. I’m anxious to see what will happen next year and what I will accomplish. When I look back, I’ve actually done a lot this year, which is very surprising to me. I hope to do just as much, and more in 2018!
What did you do during 2017? What are you hoping for in 2018?