This far, June has turned out to be an interesting month for me. I'm counting down the days to Flashback's release (June 21), working on edits of other books, trying to find a new place to live, and a mere week into hurricane season we've already had the year's first tropical storm.
Earlier in the week, the news kept their eyes on a storm system over Cuba. I thought, "That looks like a lot of weather" and forgot about it. On Wednesday afternoon my husband went over to a friend's house, and I was so tired I decided to take a little nap. I just wanted to close my eyes for a few moments. No one would know... ;-)
I woke up when he returned home. Rain hammered the roof, and the TV said, "Tropical storm warning, blah blah, flood warning, blah blah, tornado warning, blah blah..." Whoa!
We were blissfully unscathed by tropical storm Andrea, but other portions of this county suffered tornadoes, flooding, trees falling over houses, and all sorts of damage. Our privacy fence blew down. Inconvenient, but not a disaster.
Plans? I hope to put my feet up and finish my Borealis story. It's almost done, but also almost due. If inspiration strikes maybe I'll make a website for it.
What else? Bewitching book tours are currently scheduling a tour for my novel Flashback. If you want to host me, check out this link! Book tours are a lot of fun!
I hope everyone has a wonderful day! =)