Remember me…Jessie?

I’m just flitting around lately.

It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Which you probably didn’t need me to point out. You had probably forgotten all about me and now here I’ve gone reminding you that I was absent. Oops. But life keeps moving on even while I keep thinking about writing posts, and then the time that I had is gone, and I’ve got edits to finish and TV shows to watch and children to raise.

To be honest, I’m writing this post to procrastinate working right now. Not because I deliberately took out time to update you guys. But I will update you while I’m procrastinating.

Acutally, I know that a lot of you haven’t forgotten about me, becuase I’ve had a lot of people ask me recently when my next book is coming out. The answer is: VERY SOON! I’m waiting for my cover designer to put the finishing touches on the cover of Diving In. The second book in Grover Cleveland Academy series will delve more into the lives of Rahab and her super-powered friends. I can hardly wait to share it with you guys.

In the meantime, I’m working on a series of short stories that are set in my fantasy world of Pocatello. You may have heard it if you’ve been listening to me at all. If you haven’t, that’s cool too. I understand.

But the point is, that I am writing a series of short stories. Except that some of them are ending up longer than I had expected. Like, a lot longer. Turns out I am not spectacular at keeping things brief. But I have three of them written so far, and I’d like to publish them within the next year.

I’m also working on a heavy re-write of Grover Cleveland Academy number three. Don’t get too excited. It’s not really anywhere near done. But the good news is that I am nowhere near exhausting myself when it comes to Rahab Carmichael and her friends. Every time I open up a Grover Cleveland Academy document on my computer I get excited. Sometimes I read bits to myself and sigh.

I hope that there is at least one person out there who likes Rahab as much as I do.

And on top of it all, I’ve recently started freelance editing. Which I love. Editing truly appeals to my ISTJ personality, and I couldn’t be happier helping other people adhere to rules and make their books better. I suppose I haven’t got much to say on this front. Things are going well. Yay!

So that is all. Just life going on as usual. And hopefully I will have a few things published soon. And I hope that you all will want to read them.

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