Nothing as exciting to blog about as this morning, sorry!

This morning, after all, I celebrated Undead Sexist Cliches launching in paperback as well as ebook. Outside of that, this week was all Leaf articles, all the time.

I got around 20 done, which is not as many as I’d planned on. Even working late Monday I still had to deal with a dermatology checkup Tuesday (a few things frozen off but apparently my skin is mostly fine). Thursday the housekeepers made their  monthly visit, which distracted the dogs even worse than usual, which of course distracted me. Today I had to drive to Sprouts for what would normally be weekend shopping. If the projections are right we’ll wake up tomorrow snowed in for the third Saturday in a row. Snow I’m okay with, but just on the weekends? What is this shit?

So the end result was too many distractions, and after each one it takes time to get my focus back, so there you are. Still, coupled with the few I did earlier this month, I’m in good shape for February I think.

And alas, both Fiddler’s Black and Impossible Things Before Breakfast came back today (my record is three rejections in a day, in case you were wondering). I’m not entirely surprised with the second rejection as I figured it didn’t quite fit their theme. Didn’t want to self-reject, however.

I’m not sure what I’ll work on Monday to wrap up the month. Leafs are done for the month so probably some work on Impossible Takes a Little Longer and a couple of new submissions.

#SFWApro. Cover by Kemp Ward, all rights remain with current holder.

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