This time of year is always hectic for me. I'm bad about piling too many projects on my plate to begin with. Then with all the extras around the holidays, too many things fall off and plop on the floor.
Every year I fear I won't get everything done. Somehow, most of it gets accomplished. And some doesn't. I'm sure this year will be the same.
So on to this month's blog.
I promised you a guest. He's been out of his writing cave for a few weeks promoting his newest novel, and I'm honored to be the closing act for his Salem's Daughters Blog Tour.
Here he is . . . Stephen Tremp!
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Not Waving Goodbye
Thanks for blogging with me, Stephen.
I just want to say I want to be sitting in one of those chairs in his tiki hut photo! But I digress.
I owe Stephen an apology. He provided me with a copy of Salem's Daughters. I'm so far behind in everything that I haven't had a chance to read it yet. I'm hoping to remedy that next year - the story sounds fascinating, and I'm looking forward to meeting all those witchy kitties.
I'm coming back in here to talk about killing characters. When I have to do that, I actually can't write for a few days before I do it. I guess I'm grieving and saying goodbye. Finally on the day, I tell myself I'm just going to do it. The scene then writes itself very quickly, and the deed is done. Then I can go on.
I guess if I killed as many as Stephen did, my books would never get written, LOL!
Does anyone else have this problem?
I will be back here on Monday, January 4. Until then,