Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Chillaxing (sort of)

I'm sure you are looking for pictures. Sorry... The Dell, the photo program, the camera, and I have agreed to disagree. Again, sorry.

I wrapped up Julia today, finished the series and have sent "The Rose Garden" off to be formatted. The story insinuated an end, but I never figure a story is over until the characters all end up dead in a fifty car pile up.

I guess I have about 5 quarts of blueberries in the freezer now. Still more to come and I may let the bugs or whatever eats them have at it. Kills my back and it is so HOT out there! They do look pretty in the freezer bags. ;-)

Well, now that I have (basically) nothing on the fire, I suppose it's time to clean my womb. But I think I will catch up with my movies first - the ones I have been saving for months because I didn't want to spend that much time away from Julia. Talk about obsessed.

My signal keeps bouncing, bleep - last day on my 5Gs and I could watch you tube till midnight, if I would be so inclined. Too bad that the signal isn't.

Y'all have a pleasant evening!

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  1. jealous on the blueberries! :) glad things are slowing down a bit for you - or for your head, i should say. you do pour yourself into your writing, for sure!

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    1. Sorry that I can't share the blueberries. :-(

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  2. Wow.
    How satisfying to finish a book let alone a series.
    Exciting and congrats xx

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    1. Thank you! Actually I feel a little sad, I loved my characters - even the bad ones.
      All that is left is to shoot the cover and make a blah, blah, blah and send it in to Smashwords.

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  3. How nice to have those blueberries. Hope you've enjoyed a few of them too.

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    1. Oh, yes! They make a great snack. It took a few years but I'm really glad I insisted even though he won't eat them. Make a great kuchen too!

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  4. I'm sure it won't be long and you'll be at it again. Enjoy the rest. Hugs Sue

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  5. Well, perhaps a new series and a new character are on the horizon? :)

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    1. LOL! I am looking at my old 'trunk stories'. I don't have anything big in me now. Some of the old ones weren't half bad! I know I have to let the old characters go, but it is hard. ;-)

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  6. I thought I'd commented here about writing again come November (NaNoWriMo) - maybe it didn't go through. So is it possible we will hear more tap tap tapping from your womb

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    1. I don't know, it is exciting, but stressful and I do need a bit of life. LOL!

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  7. You can actually pick blueberries where you are? I somehow thought they thrived in the northern woods only. Congrats on finishing up the stories, I will find a way to read them, even if it will be a while since my e-readers are in my drawer and I haven't taken the time to figure out the wifi situation here. And I guess I must confess I just love to hold a book in my hand.

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    1. My blueberries are domestic and we planted them in the front yard. I have three bushes, although one of them doesn't produce much. Smashwords books are available in PDF format for reading on your computer if you don't want to mess with your e-reader. There are quite a few formats, just NOT for Kindle. That costs me more and right now, I don't want to put more money into my work.

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