A letter to my blog

Hello, pretty blog.  How are you?  Have you missed me?  Been lonely without me to update you?

I’m sorry.  Really, I am.  It’s just that I’ve been revising.  And writing.  And chasing one kid after another – it’s like herding cats, I tell you.

Don’t believe me?  Why not?  Oh, you want pics or it didn’t happen?  All right, fine.  Here you go.

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There, are you happy?  Proof I’ve been writing and drinking all the coffee.  What more could you want?

Oh, you want something of substance?  Well, I think I can help you out there.  Here’s an excerpt from my new short story:

Once upon a time, Gina had loved going out.  She and Sheila had spent their twenties painting the town almost every weekend.  But now, on the eve of her thirtieth birthday, all she had to show for her life was a dumpy apartment in a bedroom community half an hour from her dead-end job and squarely in the middle of nowhere.

Also, I joined Tumblr recently.  If you like Star Trek gifs and random writing stuff, with a bit of Monty Python thrown in for good measure, then check me out.  It’s a very addictive place.  I was forced to remain there till very late last night.  Naturally, this has made the finding and procuring of caffeine a top priority today. 😀

Oh, and Bitstrips is plenty addictive, too.  Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.  But it’s so much fun!  Just…one…more…

Looks like my characters have taken hostages!

Looks like my characters have taken hostages!

Aaand I’m done.  Maybe.  Really, though, I can stop any time I want to. 😀

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