I just wrote The End on my latest book, CLAIMING THE DOCTOR’S HEART. That may not seem like a big deal to you. After all, I’m a writer. Finishing books is what I do. This time, however, I cut it close, too close for comfort. The manuscript is due on my editor’s desk today. This is not the way I like to do things. I’m a planner. An organizer. Someone who color coordinates her closet. And puts all the cat toys in a nice, neat pile. Stressed out doesn’t begin to describe my state of mind right now.
The good news? I wrote THE END. I made the deadline. Whoop, whoop. Cue the halleluiah chorus. It’s time to celebrate. My husband is always up for this part of the writing process. Have I ever mentioned how much I love that man?
Now that I have a few free moments to myself, it’s time to catch up on all the things I let slide. I plan to scale Mt. Laundry this afternoon, clean the bathrooms, organize my clothes by style and color. I also plan to catch up with friends and family I’ve not spoken to in a few weeks. On that note, I called my father this morning and told him the good news. He asked me, “Does that mean you’re starting a new book today?”
My response? Hahahahahahahahaha! No, I will NOT be starting a new book today. I’m taking the rest of the week off and indulging in some reading of my own. My To Be Read (TBR) pile has gotten out of control. In honor of all the enjoyment I plan to have, I thought I would share what I’ll be reading this week.
Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller
The Last Renegade by Jo Goodman
A Lady by Midnight by Tessa Dare
What’s in your TBR pile?
Post a comment and I’ll send one lucky winner a copy of my July release, THE OUTLAW’S REDEMPTION.