The Sun!

I woke up this morning to some hurtful news. I fell back to sleep feeling pretty rotten…..But when I woke up again the sun was shining and the sky was blue. It’s something that has been sorely lacking in Michigan.

I’m not sure what it is about the signs of spring. Maybe its knowing that life is starting all over again. That soon my world will be warm and green and full of promise. It didn’t matter how badly my day started, it is shaping up to be the best day I’ve had in a long time.

In winter you always feel pinned inside. Especially when its bitterly cold outside and your buried in a ridiculous amount of snow. But today was different. I could smell it in the air. New life, hope, and love for my family and friends took over and allowed me to leave behind the dank, dark, swirling memories of winter and anything else that made me miserable.

Another plus is that I finished two sets of edits. Something I’d been unable to focus on in a very long time. I think with the sun and temps out of the 30’s I’ve gotten my muse back. Today, at least- I am thankful for the lessons I’ve learned and I’m more than ready to let the positive vibes wash over me and make life good.

Today I am happy!

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Home from the hospital!

I spent the last 3 days in the hospital. Nothing too serious, my blood pressure is very low. The name they give it is Orthostatic Hypotension. Fancy name all it means is when I stand up too fast the brain leaves my head and I have to wait a few minutes for it to go back through my body.

I’m also anemic, need vitamin b-12, vitaminD and a multi. I haven’t exactly been taking care of myself. Too much drama over the past three years. So this visit has honed in the fact that I have to take care of ME first from now on. I don’t like the hospital. There is nothing wrong with the one I was in. They were kind, professional and took really good care of me. Still I missed my family and my dogs.

Writing has been pushed to the back burner until I can get some stuff done. But hopefully I will be able to pick it back up in a day or 2.

I think I’ve managed to cut out anyone who gives me grief! At least I hope so. I say that every few months and then it comes back to bite me in the butt. So fingers crossed it will finally be done. I do know the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. And frankly it makes me happy to know that. I know it’s not the nicest thing in the world to hope for. But after the royal screwing over that was done to me, I can now see karma come back around full force and what I’ve learned is that pretending to be happy never lasts for long.

Oh well….I need to write….

Driving A Wolf Crazy!

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My new cover for my next self pub. 

Petra is desperate. If she doesn’t come up with some money soon she’s going to lose her business. A series of unfortunate events has driven most of her business away and now she’s on the brink of bankruptcy. But she has one last plan to boost her clientele and that is to go after the werewolf Chapel and banquet hall. If she can get an exclusive contract to provide the flowers for their many events she can pay her rent and save her shop.

Jack is not only a hot blooded wolf but Petra’s landlord. He’s unwilling to give the curvy flower shop owner a break. He’s in the business to make money. Besides if he gave her any slack his other tenants would want the same concessions. She’s smart and he knows she can get work elsewhere, she has a degree for cryin out loud. But she isn’t giving up. And instead dives head first into the wolves community, a community that doesn’t particularly like humans. Now he has to spend his time worrying about her traipsing through the wolves side of town without drawing the wrong kind of attention and ,making sure she can fill her orders on time. He isn’t supposed to care about her success or not but the more time he spends around her, the more he needs to touch her soft skin and taste her sweet lips. Yep, he’s one frustrated wolf and the only female that can scratch his itch is Petra. Now if he could only convince her of that.

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