Still working on RAJMUND! I’m telling you, people, this book has a mind of its own and it’s GROWING! I’ll definitely need to do some trimming on revisions. That’s one of the most difficult things for a writer, cutting out scenes you’ve worked so hard to perfect and now they’re just . . . gone. ::sob::

Well, okay, they’re not really gone, gone, because when I delete a scene, I always save it in a folder on my computer called cleverly enough, Deleted Scenes. One never knows when one might want that scene back, or maybe just a part of it. A teeny, tiny part? Please? LOL

Don’t forget the Great Muffin Contest which is still open for a couple more weeks — until the end of June. The grand prize is a $25 Amazon gift certificate, so send in your e-mail. Details are on the right.

More about the Star Trek movie . . . I loved the way Abrams managed to change things just a little bit (and in such interesting ways!) Don’t want to spoil it for anyone, but . . . Zachary Quinto’s Spock is brilliant! Next up is Terminator:Salvation. I’m a huge fan of the Terminator movies–the first is my favorite, though, before all the super CGI and special effects.

Books . . . I’ve been reading here and there. Check out my latest find on the What I’m Reading Now tab above. Am I clever with these names or what?

Okay. Enough distraction. I’ve got to get back to RAJMUND and wrestle it to the ground. There must be an ending to this book somewhere!!


CREEPY FACT FOR TODAY: Okay, this one is more disgusting than creepy and will come as no surprise to anyone who’s ever taken care of a teething baby.

A baby will drool thirty-eight gallons of spittle in its first year of life.


  1. Terminator was really pretty decent. I enjoyed it. I liked Star Trek too.

    And your book. I liked it as well, but I said that didn’t I?


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