Day of the Dragon
Dragon Hunter, book 2
Book from hell (AKA book written after my husband's death–and truly, I have nothing but massive respect for people who can work during times of adversity, because I sure sucked at it) is now revised, and back with Editor Kate for a pedicure, gentle massage, and aromatherapy. Or at least, that's how I think of the manuscript production process.
And that means that once again I have time to roam unfettered around the Internet, and what did one of my wanderings find but a fabulous repository of very cool stuff over at the National Library of Scotland. My favorite bit of digital fun is the Broadsides collection, which cover everything from popular verses, scandalous happenings of the day, and interesting tidbits (like the mermaid who spoke to a young man, which can be seen here).
You can search the collection, and save the broadsides as PDFs, which is very cool. And now you know what I'll be doing when I should be answering e-mails and such…
It’s Friday, and I have the house to myself today. Which means yay, I may finish the edits on the book due on Monday.
I’ve ordered a treat for myself ahead of time–a Christmas cookie cookbook. And I think I’m going to have to break the piggy bank and get a Kitchenmaid mixer, because I’ve always wanted one, and I hear nothing but good things about them. Except how heavy they are.
Happy Friday, my dumplings!
The painting dudes were supposed to be working today in the attempt to finish the interior of my house (the exterior was painted this summer), but alas, they won't be here until tomorrow. Which means I will continue to live out of boxes that contain all the stuff that's been packed up so the painting could be done.
You do NOT realize how much stuff you have until you have to move it, let me tell you! I've decluttered quite a bit in the last year, but man alive–I still have a ton of things that made the pruning cut. Many of them are books–to the point where I'm dreading the painting of my craft room, which holds my bookcases of research books. That's just going to be painful packing up all of those.
Since I have a reprieve for today, I wanted to point out that I've updated the Dark Ones Connections page. Did you know that there was such a thing? There is, and it shows not only what order the vamp books are in, but who is in each one, and how they interconnect (if they do). Peruse at will.
I mentioned this in the most recent newsletter, but I also wanted to point it out here–the Light Dragons are now accepting applications for honorary membership, should you be interested in joining.
And now I'm off to start mulling over some edits I need to make on the new book…
Due to popular request (and the fact that I finally finished writing Time Thief), I’ve done the necessary work to open up the Light Sept for honorary membership. You can find full information about joining any of the dragon septs on their page.