There are no words to express how much I've missed all of you.
Thanks to all who visited while I've been typing my fingers to the bone. Special thanks to those who visited every month and those who commented. You're all some kind of awesome!
I know I said I was going to start work on refreshing this blog. Hasn't happened yet, but it will. I could chat for a while, but I don't know where to start.
So I'm going to show you where I've been.
Almost every single day. For hours.
And I'm still there, working diligently. But I can now see the light at the end of the tunnel, and I'm beyond grateful. I embarked on this trilogy journey without having a clue. It's been the most amazing writing adventure yet, and I've loved every second. Even when I was pulling out my hair, strand by strand.
I'm also sharing space today with the wonderful C. Lee McKenzie
Thanks again for stopping by.
I'll be around to visit you over the next week or so. For real!
So this has been my journey every day.
First the long, harrowing commute:
Then the traffic jams:
A stop for coffee:
And then straight to work, through the dining room:
You'll notice there's no door from this way or this way:
Which means the two
I hardly notice them barking anymore, except when I'm deep in the story, and they make me jump.
I do love them. Who could resist these sweet faces:
Next month I'll show you my desk. And my trilogy notebooks. And maybe more. I'll see you back here on Monday, June 6.
Now that I'm finally done, I get to participate in the cover reveal for C. Lee McKenzie's new book, SIGN OF THE GREEN DRAGON.
When a wall of their cave hideout crumbles, three boys discover a skeleton, clutching a treasure map. They set off to trace the story of an old murder, but stumble into a modern crime, and confront ancient Chinese dragons.
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C. Lee McKenzie is a 4 & 5 star reviewed author. Her greatest passion is writing for young readers. Sign of the Green Dragon is her third Middle Grade novel. Alligators Overhead and the sequel, The Great Time Lock Disaster were her first two. She has traditionally published four young adult novels: Sliding on the Edge, The Princess of Las Pulgas, Double Negative and Sudden Secrets.