Working on: Banking and bits and bobs
Listening to: zippers in the dryer
Reading: Hawk's Way - Carter and Falcon
It's Friday. I have decided to let revisions percolate over the weekend. I don't want to start today and have to stop until Monday and lose the flow. And I have learned not to underestimate the value of thinking time. Even now, I have realized something I left out that can actually help solve a few of the minor issues my editor has brought up and I think add something really great to the story.
I have, instead, been doing odd jobs like banking and reorganizing some things and I keep hitting roadblocks i.e. webpages that will not load, etc. It is a bit frustrating. And the morning is almost over! This afternoon too, I need to clean up the house as tomorrow is a very full day.
I did however finish To Marry The Duke by Julianne MacLean last night. Here's my review from Eharlequin:
To Marry The Duke is the first in Julianne's American Heiress series. Each of the books does stand alone, but after reading Clara, Lily and Martin's stories I went back and picked up the first book.
Julianne is very quickly becoming one of my favourite authors EVER. I adore her books. Feisty yet feminine heroines, gorgeous but flawed heroes, always a whiff of scandal and a dash of humour. LOVE THEM. Sophia and James' story is no exception, and I found myself laughing a few times and wiping a tear a few others. James is a terrifically alpha wounded hero. And Sophia is spunky but with such a big heart you love her immediately.
I'm off to try to cross something else off my to-do list.
Forgot to mention - I'm also blogging at the Pink Heart Society today.