I’m off again this week to visit my mom and facilitate her transition from the hospital to interim nursing/rehabilitation. She may be 95, but she’s one amazing lady. She fell and fractured her hip and one wrist on Sunday, Feb. 22nd, had surgery on Tuesday, and is now starting a little physical therapy. If I make it to Mom’s age, I sure hope I have her clear mind and her solid kick-ass attitude.
Meanwhile, I’ve set the wip aside until after my knee surgery. Too much life going on. When this kind of thing happens, it’s best to set aside all non-critical activities and focus on the important stuff.
Or go crazy….
The new website/blog project is moving along just fine. Because I have so many guest bloggers lined up through April 2nd, the new site will debut after I get out of the hospital. I didn’t want to risk losing anything in the Blogger to WordPress transfer.
On Tuesday, March 10th, my guest is Shannon Baker, a Rocky Mountain mystery author extraordinaire. Her newest Nora Abbott mystery, Tattered Legacy, officially releases from Midnight Ink today.
On Thursday, March 12th, award-winning Illinois mystery author Molly MacRae is my guest. She’s writing the Haunted Yarn Shop series, with Plagued by Quilt released in November 2014 and Knot the Usual Suspects due in September.
Both of these authors will give away a copy of their most recent release to a U.S. or Canada reader who leaves a comment on their posts.
I know we need the moisture, but I’m tired of winter.
Tired, I tell you.
My Monthly Post at the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Blog
I’m now a regular on the first Monday of the month at the RMFW Blog (in addition to being co-editor). Last month I wrote about blogging in To Blog or Not to Blog? Good Question! This month it’s all about Twitter: Come on everybody, let’s tweet now!