Happy Halloween readers and writers! I love Halloween almost as much as I love the fall.
Pictured above is the most vibrant foliage I’ve seen so far this autumn. The trees changing just aren’t as colorful as in past years. They say (whoever THEY are) it’s because of the weather staying warm far longer than is usual.
I’ve finished the virtual book tour of Another Man’s Poison, which was loads of fun and thankfully attracted the attention of a few new fans of the series. Gotta love that! I know Colleen Caruso is grateful for all the attention.
For the past week, I’ve been re-editing the Recurring manuscript in order to find an agent. I kept this book on the back-burner far too long and haven’t given it the attention it deserves. This book is now my No. 1 priority. I’ll let you know how it goes, but I think this will be the next book published. As for Lesser Saints, this is proving to be a difficult tale to tell and it will command all my attention to make it a great story. My next series now occupies the vacant back-burner. I wish I could write three things at once. Unfortunately, I’m not talented enough to accomplish this feat of magic, so I have to choose.
I’ll leave you with one other photo taken this morning of the sad state of our under-par autumn trees. Hope the colors are better in your area, guys! Have a great week and don’t steal too much of your kids’ trick-or-treat candy!
And remember, keep reading!