Sorry I went AWOL like that. It's been busy here and I just haven't felt much like blogging.
We have foundation walls:
We're hoping the floor can go in soon (it's been rainy here, except on the weekend when it was glorious) so framing can start.
In writing news, I'm putting aside Henri and Madeleine's story for a bit and starting work on something more marketable. I was stubbornly holding on to the idea I might sell a French Revolution story, but so far, it just doesn't look possible. Soooo, I'm going with another idea I've been noodling with for a while. Still connected to the French Rev story, but set in England with a friend of my hero from WTHR as its hero. Interestingly enough, I've already heard conversations in my head between the h/h of Just One Night (my working title for this new ms). Am deep into research etc right now, at least when time allows.
Am also playing around with an idea for a research business for myself. Not sure it can actually fly, but I'm putting some work into it, research and fleshing out the ideas.
Finally, I'm also resuming my agent search. Realize I've neglected it for a month or two and must get back to querying.
The only other excitement is that we're waiting news of our soon-to-be-born nephew/niece. It should be within the next two days or so.
My link of the day today is for a book by one of my closest friends - a fantastic travel writer. Fans of Zebra Regencies will recognize her name. She's been working on this book for a while and it looks like a great read.
I'll try to post more frequently this month. And try to make more blog rounds over the next few days.
Go Sens, Go!
Go Canucks, Go!
Currently Reading: It had to be You by Sarah Webb
Also Currently Reading: Labyrinth by Kate Mosse
Link of the Day: Wanderlust: A Social History of Travel by Laura Byrne Paquet