Yea, Yea, Yea. I know. I know.

Yes, I’m way off schedule. Seriously off schedule in fact.


Yes, Sherlock. I am.

I only really have an “excuse” for the last couple of weeks.

See I went on this interview and was so excited and nervous about it that I couldn’t think about anything else. I mean, it’s the perfect job, and the more and more I thought about it, the more I REALLY wanted it.

It’s in the field I already have some knowledge of and want to grow in.

The position itself has growth potential.

The people who I met in the office were really nice and professional.

It’s close to home so no more hour long commutes.

There really are too many positives to list.

(No, my fellow authors, it’s not getting paid to sit at my computer and write my books all day.)

However, I was so excited about how the interview went, and the possibilities this could give me, I obsessed over it. I was truly excited at the potential.

It took a few days, but I got the call back and was offered the job.



Since then, I’ve been mentally wiped out with everything I need to do at my current job all the while trying to curb some of my excitement for the new professional adventure I’m going on.

Then, Sunday …. all the energy was fully drained from my body. I’m just exhausted by about 11:30 in the morning. Yesterday, I woke up with a head so clogged up, I couldn’t breathe out of my “nose holes” as the daughter unit calls them. Last night I ended up falling asleep on the couch a little after 7:30 and finally just got up and went to bed. I promptly slept till my alarm went off at 6:30 the next morning (45 minutes later than usual) .

So I’m obviously fighting something off.

I have been actively using the red pen, and making notes for changes in both The Five Angels trilogy and Chloe’s Ghost. Don’t worry about that.

Much love to everyone and I’ll catch you soon. I just need to get this cold gone, and I’ll be back.



PS: I apologize for the errors in sentence structure, grammar, spelling, etc.  in this post. I’m so tired, I can hardly see straight, but wanted to give ya’ll an update.

4 thoughts on “Yea, Yea, Yea. I know. I know.

  1. Yay!!! For you and the new job! don’t you just love it when you get the job you were after and walking out of the interview you felt like a million dollar! I know the feeling!

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