It's here! It's here! It's finally here! I've only been waiting an entire year for it. What's 'it'? Why, Halloween, of course! All those ghosties and goblins and monsters galore! (If you can't tell, Halloween is my favorite holiday. Always has been, always will be!)
We've only got two more weeks until the Big Day, and we still haven't gotten costumes for the kids. Oops. We should probably get on that, shouldn't we? Maybe next weekend...
The husband and I have been watching a show on Netflix, Sandman. It's so, so, so good. There are only 11 episodes, which seems so unfair to me—I want more! I recommend the show if you’re into fantasy and horror. (I’m usually not into horror; I’m kind of a wimp when it comes to anything “scary”, but this is more… twisted and kinda gory and less scary.)
Now that COVID is gone from our household, I've been getting a LOT more writing done. The book most likely won't be done by the end of this year, unfortunately, but it's definitely on its way. I'm so excited to get back to writing since I went an entire MONTH AND A HALF without jotting down a single word. It was not my finest six weeks.
In a somewhat-related-but-not-really tangent, my friend Emerson is still looking for a few more ARC readers for their book, Tomorrow. Sign-ups can be found here if you're interested.
Erin Hartley has enjoyed the relative success her band has had in the States. So it’s no surprise when they’re slated to be an opening act on an overseas tour. Armed with her best friends and favorite guitar, she fights through the anxieties to endure the ups and downs of life on the road. She gets more than she bargained for in the form of new friends—and feelings for a guy who barely recognizes that she exists.
Until she needs him more than she’s ever needed anyone before. Will Grayson’s help be enough to light the spark, or will what’s between them fizzle out?