And so another month draws to a close.
I started July like a powerful lioness, but sometime over the last 31 days, I turned into the cowardly lion (before Dorothy).
I was involved in three Blackthorn Book tours this month. I love being a reviewer for Blackthorn Book Tours. It is a great way to discover new authors, and it also supports them, so it is a win win situation. Also, the team at Blackthorn Book Tours are super nice.
Unfortunately, I wasn’t so successful with my other projects this month. If I was rating my performance, I’d give myself a great big F. How do you pick yourself up after you’ve fallen down a rabbit hole? I’d love to read about it in the comments.
I didn’t finish my space opera full of genetically engineered dog people this month, but I discovered plenty of important things about it.
- The story is much bigger than I expected, and will probably take three books to tell in its entirety.
- What I thought was a story about love is actually about freedom and equality.
- It’s fun to explore the grey areas of those who do good things for bad reasons as well as those who do bad things for good reasons.