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A quick update

I haven’t been around much recently; of course, you could all probably use a rest after my spamming during the So You Think You Can Write Contest. We’ve been going through some medical problems and a few other issues lately that have kept me largely offline.

 In other words, my plan to blog regularly has come to naught. I’ll try harder. 

Just to update you, I’ve turned back to working on the fire history book, going through photos to include and looking a deadline down its ugly throat. I expect that to be my main writing task this winter, unless Harlequin calls to ask for my Coming Attractions manuscript. (And that wouldn’t delay me much, as the manuscript’s polished and all ready to go.) 

Keep all the victims of Hurricane Sandy in your thoughts and prayers, and don’t forget to get out and vote in this, one of the most important elections in our country’s history. Be safe and stay warm, and Tuesday night or Wednesday morning I’ll release the column I wrote two weeks ago in which I describe how things went on Election Day. I’m nothing if not daring.


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Nov. 5th, 2012 12:51 pm (UTC)
I hope all is well with the both of you, and your medical problems are being taken care of. *hugs*

I hope that Harlequin call for you manuscript. From what I read when I went to vote for you I thought that it was intriguing, and would love to read it. Good Luck with your writing!

Don't worry I have already lined up a ride to take me to vote before work. I always vote in every presidential election every since I was 18.
Nov. 6th, 2012 06:50 am (UTC)
I first voted at 18, too; have never missed a general election, although I think I missed a primary or two along the way. But the guy I vote for usually doesn't win!

Thanks for the good thoughts; we're making some progress with the medical stuff. I hope you get a chance to see that whole novel on a bookshelf, someday!
Nov. 5th, 2012 03:01 pm (UTC)
I hope everything is okay with you and yours and wthe health problems get better(and or goes away)

I have my fingers crossed that Harlequin calls you soon!

I'm already to vote tomorrow(This is one election I couldn't not vote in.) I've even talked my 19 year old daughter into voting also. I'm looking forward to reading your column(I really hope it's in celebration of a great election)

Nov. 6th, 2012 06:54 am (UTC)
We're working on it getting better -- and we're working on the sale, too!

Well, the column isn't a celebration so much as a tongue in cheek prediction of how the states will come in. We'll see if it's more tongue or more cheek.
Nov. 5th, 2012 04:40 pm (UTC)
Definitely praying that Sandy will settle down....
Nov. 6th, 2012 06:58 am (UTC)
Not only Sandy, but that new northeaster' storm that I hear is coming in, too. Those poor people have had enough trouble.
Nov. 5th, 2012 09:26 pm (UTC)
I am sorry about the medical problems. I hope things are under control.

I'll be so glad when your election is over, to be honest - I'm bored with the amount of time the BBC devote to it whenever I try to watch the news!

Nov. 6th, 2012 07:03 am (UTC)
If you think you're bored with it, imagine how we feel over here! As important as it is, I still wish they'd pass a law saying no one can campaign until three months before the election ... and even then I'd be staying away from TV ads and Facebook for awhile.

Emily got a treatment that we hope will help her Endometriosis, and on the same day (yesterday) was diagnosed by a different specialist with fibermyalgia -- which in a way is good, because at least now we have an explanation for her symptoms. We're working our way toward making her feel better ...
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