Disappearing Days

Posted by on March 5, 2012 in as you wish series, culture, freelancing, fright court, jane madison series | Comments Off on Disappearing Days

Last week was one of those weeks that just got busy.

You know the type.  I was just sitting at my desk, minding my own business, writing a novella, without a care in the world, when all of a sudden everything exploded.  (No, nothing bad.  In fact, a lot of things good.  Just things not anticipated.)

As a consequence, it’s now a Monday, and I’m sitting at my desk, minding my own business, writing a novella.

But I have some fun things I’m going to be sharing with you soon:

  • A new cover for the Jane Madison Omnibus (the first three volumes of Jane’s story, all in one volume, for easy downloading.)
  • A new cover for the As You Wish Omnibus.
  • A title for the upcoming Jane Madison/Fright Court novella.

In between those projects, I’m doing the usual freelance work — super secret projects for my law firm clients, an article for Romance Writers Report on “The Goldilocks Element — Backstory, and when You Know the Right Amount”, some editing work, some reading…

I also took in a couple of classes over the weekend — an all-day Smithsonian seminar on the art of Caravaggio (a favorite) and Rembrandt (a, um, not-favorite…), and an evening class about Beethoven’s cello concerto, which had *brilliant* performances by both cellist and pianist (and the spirited instruction by Rob Kapilow that we always enjoy.)

So.  Did I miss anything exciting last week?

Mindy, glad to be back