I’ll be back in the blogging game now, and we’ll kick of the fall season tomorrow with my guest author, Liana Brooks. Liana’s newest release is Convergence: A Time and Shadows Mystery, published by HarperCollins and available to pre-order as an ebook right now.
Fall is the time of year I love the most. After all, we retired all the way from Florida to Colorado to get the change of seasons without some of the miseries of Illinois/Indiana weather — I spent enough years in those two states to need a little more sunshine. We get it here in Northern Colorado, that’s for sure.
Of course, as I write this it’s drizzling rain and it’s cold and dreary. Not too many of us will complain because we desperately need the moisture and the sunshine is due back by the weekend. It will be pretty funny to have all the grass greened up real nice just in time for a first snow.
I’m thinking about doing NaNoWriMo again this year. Last year I gave it a shot and bailed out early. Then I tried Camp NaNoWriMo and didn’t even make it through the first week. Perhaps things will be calmer this fall and I can focus. Maybe I’ll even do something totally out of character and prepare an outline.
Please join me here tomorrow to meet Liana.
Margot Kinberg says
Sorry I’m a bit late to this party, Pat. It’s good to see that you’re getting back to regular life and blogging. Hope you’re healing up smoothly. As to NaNoWrite, I give credit to anyone who takes up that challenge.
Madeline Mora-Summonte says
I’m actually trying a loose outline sort of thing for NaNo this year. At least I think so…. 🙂
Go for it, Patricia!
Alex J. Cavanaugh says
I’d rather live where there are seasons and it gets cold. We don’t see much of that in the South.
NaNo? Go for it!
Well, I just think I will, Alex! I have two novel ideas already and just need to decide between them. I guess that’s a good problem to have.