Midway Monday

Summer is almost here. How can that be? *flail* So, there was week and a weekend. And rain. Storms. Critters. Cute critters.I really need to take more video and pics of Jake and Loki. Loki makes me laugh and Jake is just the perfect gentleman–though a little sly when he “absconds” with the cats’ bowls and licks the leftover food out of them. He then either hides the CLEAN bowl on his bed, or he leaves out in the doorway to the family room so I can find it. Silly doggo. Loki does the “Halloween Cat Prance” when he’s not zooming from one hiding place to another. Silly kitteh.

Between weather, meetings, and a recording thing I’m doing, the weekend was pretty much a bust where writing was concerned. I’m almost to stay-up-all-night panic mode on this puppy. Tomorrow morning is a quick run to Walmart, leaving Jake at home. He LOVES to ride in the car and trying to sneak out into the garage without him is an adventure. But it’s to hot for car critters so he has to stay home. Then it’s BICHOK until I get at least two chapters done, even if the writing is complete drivel. Gah! I’m so unhappy with myself at the moment. Okay. Enough.

Dude! High speed Saturday night on Live PD made the local news because, OHP y’all! It wasn’t exactly our neck of the woods but on roads that we drive frequently.

I finished up my reread of Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling series just in time for the library to drop Patricia Brigg’s STORM CURSED on me. I started out like #81 on the hold list for that sucker, with more people waiting behind me. I slotted it in to listen so I could get it returned to the library for the next patron. All I can say about it is: miniature zombie goats. I’m back to Psy-Changelings now and just over halfway in it. So far, so good. There’s a deep, dark nasty presence that a few people are aware of but have no clue who this person is. The identity might or might not be revealed in this book. Nalini is really good when it comes to extending some threads while sewing up others and giving readers a satisfying read.

So…my life is pretty boring–if frantic. Did I mention that I HATE technology? Of course, it hates me too, so I guess we’re even. 😛 Anyway, I have many words to go before I can lay my head down to sleep tonight. Hope y’all had a great weekend and that life (and technology) is treting you good. 😉


About Silver James

I like walks on the wild side and coffee. Lots of coffee. Warning: My Muse runs with scissors. Author of several award-winning series--Moonstruck, Nightriders MC, The Penumbra Papers, and Red Dirt Royalty (Harlequin Desire) & other books! Purveyor of magic, mystery, mayhem and romance. Lots and lots of romance.
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6 Responses to Midway Monday

  1. You can do it! :shakes pompoms in your face:

    The weekend here was quiet. I’m eating my elephants one bite at a time (i.e. tackling overwhelming chores I’ve put off for too long) and getting things accomplished for a change. Spent the rest of the time watching golf and Live PD, and reading. It’s all good, baby.

  2. GO! SILVER! GO!
    Home from San Diego, yesterday was a good trip. So glad to get back to my bed and Pillow!
    Brought back memories of my 1st RWA conference roaming the hallways😉.
    I should have taken my laptop, but oh well.
    Storms came blowing through early am.
    Have a good day, coffee awaits.

    • Silver James says:

      Glad you had a good trip! I’d really like to go back when I can just be a tourist. 😉 I always take my laptop because sometimes, inspiration hits at the oddest of times. 😆 And yes, time for more coffee! Have an awesome week. 😀

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