Needless to say, writing has been difficult. I'm about two thirds through the rewrites on the new book, and in the absence of writing, I've been listening to the audio files for the audio book each morning before I run to the hospital to keep my honey company. Have a cookie, it'll make you feel better.
As you may know, I'm a cookie-holic, which attribute I gave to the main character in COOKIE THERAPY. When life throws you a curve ball, have a cookie. Fortunately for me, that's the only attribute I share with Elizabeth Lambert in COOKIE THERAPY! (Oh, wait, except for my talent for tripping on air...)
As I've been listening to the audio book files, I've been struck with the familiar, "I wrote that??" feeling. Yes, I know I wrote that, and it's one of my prouder moments. Nope, I don't need a cookie. I AM trying to kick my addiction, after all.
I've listened to the whole audio book now, brilliantly narrated by Vicki Pierce. She has two last, very minor, changes to make and the production process will be complete. I'm pretty excited! A bright spot in a week of crazy, and then I have to try to concentrate enough to create more magic with the new book (and there's a deliberate pun in that line, which you'll understand when you read the new story!).
I think I'll have to have a cookie to celebrate! It might be an addiction, but sometimes we deserve to treat ourselves, after all.
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