Sunday, January 31, 2016

"Hey, I may have dropped it a few times but Marlo is the one who left it in the dyer."

 Wherein Jack is jittery.

 I decided sleep is over rated, more than I thought it was before. I was so tired last week I had plans to sleep in on the weekend, and I woke up early and couldn't even fall asleep. Just dozed off and on. 

 Pfft, sleep.

 But, because of that, in a round about way, I started to really write again. I finished up a short story over the weekend and started working on Haphazardly Implausible again. I'm really pleased with how it is turning out now. Gooooooooooooooooood bye plot holes!!!!! I also pulled out the third Loyalty book and confirmed what I've always know. I STINK at writing romances. Horrible. And not in the cute kind of horrible way. In the bury your head in a sand hill like an ostrich kind of way.

 My rib also started to feel much better over the weekend. I can almost get my right arm completely over my head again, almost. Who knew how much a broken rib could limit mobility of an arm? I'm done with them though. Next time I break something I'm going for a leg or arm. No more ribs. (I say as I still have no idea how I did it and therefore could do it again with no knowledge I am doing it.)

 Of course, one reason I am jittery is because I am able to move and do things and braid my hair again instead of cramming it into a disarrayed pony tail because I was unable to get my arm up high enough for very long. But that isn't the only reason.

 The other has to do with my book.

 Of course, I can't reveal it yet because it isn't set in stone QUITE yet....BUT THERE'S A RELEASE DATE! And I found out it is going to end up on CBD, the Christianbooks.com place. I was shocked when I found out. It is also going to be sent to Amazon and Barnes and Noble as well.

 Things are happening!

 Except for right now, because I'm really tired and want to try and get some sleep. (HAHAHHA) That over rated thing I talked about earlier.

 I leave you with the last Psych quote I stored away - more are likely to show up again at some point, but this is the end of the storage I had of them from the last marathon I did.


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6 comments :

  1. I do love saying good-bye to plot holes. And it's great that your rib is starting to feel better.

    Congratulations on the release date!

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  2. So glad your rib is feeling better! Sorry to hear you've had trouble sleeping/staying asleep. I know that particular conundrum well... if you figure out a solution, do please share!

    Yay release date!!!!! Eeeeeep! So much excitingness!

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  3. I can't agree with you about sleep. I love it a little TOO much. I WISH I thought it was overrated. XDDD Anywayssss yeah. IT IS SO EXCITING FIRST THAT YOU ARE JITTERY AND SECOND THAT YOU CAN MOVE NOW AND THIRD THAT YOU ARE WRITING AND FOURTH THAT YOU HAVE A RELEASE DATE ANGOANDGONFOWNAONWOAENAONEFOAWNEFOWNA.

    Calm. I am calm.

    But I totally know what it's like to suddenly be like HEY I AM ACTUALLY STILL A WRITER! And you actually WANT to write. That's always an awesome feeling.

    As for romance.... eurgh. I feel your pain. I'm no good at them either. Maybe it is because I've never been in love..... Anyway. Yep.

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  4. Awesome you have a release date!
    Glad you can move more. Try not to break anything else though.

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  5. A RELEASE DATE! By golly, I'm excited. Can't wait now!

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  6. Can't wait for the release date! I'm sure your not that bad at romances, I'm hardly passable myself.

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