Friday, March 18, 2016

"And daddy, he took my shoe!"

 Wherein Jack vacuumed up the spider widow.

 I seriously do more with my day than harming spiders. I also don't make it a general rule to kill spiders but I knew if I didn't vacuum her up she'd come after me for accidentally stepping on her husband. Hopefully they left no children behind.

 No, I do more with my day than squish spiders.

 Sometimes I sit out in the sun and read and other times I lay sprawled out on the floor and am reminded how much that hurts with a still not completely healed rib. (BUT I can FINALLY get my arm ALL THE WAY over my head. I CAN MOVE! I just can't twist.)

 I've not really talked about my writing in a while. Once again Brothers-in-Arms has taken up most of my time and the hours I set aside for writing. It is now in the final stages and I am free to work on other things.

 As I mentioned a while ago, I am re-writing Haphazardly Implausible, and making nice progress with it. I'm hoping to have it done this month but we will have to see how that goes.

 I'm also trying to pick another book to start editing. I think I might do another of my historical fictions, since The Broken Blade is with its first beta reader at the moment.  I haven't yet decided if I will edit my Tuskegee Airmen book or my POW story. Maybe I should hold a vote next week or something.

 What do you all think? You could meet some of the characters from both and have a vote on which you would like to hear more about? Yes or no?

 I have to keep this post shorter today. For some reason I am behind on everything and want to catch up before too late so I can have tea and watch a movie tonight.

 I leave you with a quote from Tarzan, because Jane is funny.



  1. POW story, please???!!!!

    PS-I'm glad you took care of Mrs. Creepy&co without further incident, entertaining though it was to read about! :)

  2. Just please don't sit the spiders our in the sun and read to them. Or, if you absolutely have to, then read them the chapter in LotRs where Sam kills Shelob. Or the part in The Silmarillion where Ungoliant gets so hungry that she devours herself. Or the part in The Hobbit where Bilbo shouts "attercop!" and kills the spiders in Mirkwood.
    (And my vote would be for the Tuskegee Airmen. I've been curious about them since watching Night at the Museum 2. "The Tuskegee Airmen are on the move.")

  3. That's because you've been busy killing spiders!
    Either story sounds good.


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