Is There Such a Thing as Autumn Resolutions?
Maybe there should be! I’m lucky enough that my boys are in school this fall – though with cases in Poland rising, that might be the case for much longer. I take every day as it comes – what else can you do? – and keep a plan in my pocket for the inevitable days […]Continue reading
Three Big Announcements!
School started here two weeks ago - thankfully, in-person, since the viral counts are so much lower here in Poland - and it's been absolutely glorious finding my groove again. I've known for ages that I need to write every day in order for my mood to be at its best - and it was […]Continue reading
I have been doing a lot of thinking over the last month. In fact, I've got a Word doc on my computer that is basically 2,000 words of me thinking out loud (well, typing), trying to work my way through the quagmire of issues that 2020 seems to have brought to the light. (Which […]Continue reading
The good, the bad, and the thoughtful.
With Bonded Beach out in the world, I'm starting to focus on the next book. The first draft is done, and I'm going to be feeling out for sensitivity readers for it soon - but first, the good and the bad. Bad news first: Hanukkah Miracles will not be released until December. It's a holiday-themed […]Continue reading
Sometimes life is a Joni Mitchell song
We lost internet for a while this past weekend. Apparently someone somewhere snipped a cable they weren't supposed to snip, and so the whole block lost internet for two days. The funny thing about losing internet access is I never realize how much of our lives we spend online. Some things are obvious: Tumblr and […]Continue reading
I’ve been waist-deep in editing the last few weeks, trying to get not only the next book to a stage where it’s ready for other eyes, but also a few other projects that needed intense editing before completion. I used to hate the editing process, because it seemed so tedious – delete a comma here, […]Continue reading