Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Post: Update From The Hiatus Gallery

I know. I said I wouldn't post anything new until July, but I figured you guys deserve a little update, if not to stay practiced with blogging. Amazing how quickly you can forget how to do simple things in such a short time!

Life is certainly showing its more interesting aspects, if installing your own toilets and water heater gives you an idea. The writing is slowly getting there--having found the perfect companion music with the Thor soundtrack--I'm currently on chapter 23 with one left to follow. How uber exciting! I love falling action, and it's working smooth this time. If only I didn't have to move, repair a house, or roll my ankle in the process . . .

Replacing toilets with a rolled ankle. How fun is that?

Enough pity. How about some phrase? For you! You guys totally rock! I haven't posted in over three weeks and yet the blog has earned over 1500 hits since I left! Wow! And four new followers to top it off! Thank you for participating in this cosmic writer journey . . . thingy . . .

Okay. Take a deep breath. Better get back to work. July 5th is the due date. I look forward to getting back into blogland and all your awesome posts soon.

I'm David, and hot water is taken for granted.


  1. Hey, keep that ankle getting better, soon-to-be neighbor! And keep the writing coming, and the posts. Looking forward to seeing more when you get back.

  2. I love the Thor soundtrack but being cheap I only bought one tune from it: Earth to Asgard. Anyway, keep up the writing!

  3. I think it's great that you're still writing and blogging while nursing and ankle and installing toilets. I need to take some lessons from you. I haven't written in--well--a long time.

  4. I love hot water and good to hear that you are almost finished with the WIP.

  5. Glad things are going well with the writing! That's fantastic news. Good luck with all the rest...:)

  6. It's amazing how um... PAINFUL repairing a house can be! And congrats on being so close to the end of your book.