Monday, February 22, 2016

Monday Meanderings - February 22nd

First Meandering ...

I'm home sick with a stomach bug. Blech

Second Meandering ...

I didn't get much done on my current project because I was critiquing for the next Sweet & Sassy Anthology. Some seriously fun stories in this one. It's got a beach theme.

Third Meandering ...

I got to brainstorm some more with four other authors on a fun series we're working on. I'm getting really excited about it. It includes regular people, a fairy, and historical time travel.

Fourth Meandering ...

My friend Cassie Mae also writes under a pen name, Becca Ann. She's got a new release coming out.

My body suuuucks. After lounging around on my butt all summer (okay, so maybe that was my bad), this body decided to become something completely foreign. So now I’m trying to make the track team and I feel like I’m a baby learning to walk again.

A couple pounds wouldn’t have been so bad. Work those off, run like a mad woman, no problem, yeah? But no. I’ve also developed a couple of things that I definitely didn’t have before. And now my guy friends are all sitting in a pool of drool as they not-so-subtly stare at my chest.

Combine all that drama with the fact that the new track coach is getting major flack for being a little chunky, and all I’m trying to do is convince the team that I’m not running slower because of her coaching style.

Oh, and did I mention that I’m totally falling face-first in “like” with some guy I met in a cemetery? And no one understands it just because he’s also a little chunky. But he’s also adorable and wonderfully weird and I don’t care what they say, his look sure does it for me.

But… I don’t know… how can I be in “like” with someone, when I have no clue how to like myself anymore?

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Did you do anything fun this past weekend?
See any movies you can recommend?


  1. Sorry you're sick!
    Congratulations, Cassie! She's an awesome writer. And a really funny critique partner.

  2. Isn't it great to have crit partners that are so wonderful to work with? And brainstorming with others is a great way to kickstart a new project.

  3. Everybody seems to be sick lately :(

  4. So sorry you've been sick. That is awesome you're working on a project with other authors. It sounds really interesting.

  5. Cassie is the most prolific writer ever!

    I hope you feel better. I hate stomach bugs.

  6. You Can't Reach Me looks great. Feel better and happy writing.

    1. Doesn't it sound fun? Her books are like that. And thanks.

  7. Cassie is a tub full of amazing. Sorry about the bug Donna. Funny enough in Jamaica we have to be on the watch for the mosquitoes spreading a pretty nasty virus.

  8. Ugg to the germs. Hopefully they go away soon and more writing can get done. On with the fun.

  9. Hope you feel better real soon. Congratulations Cassie. The blurb sounds fab! Have a great week everyone!

  10. Hope you're feeling better, Donna. Stomach bug is no fun.

  11. Hope you are feeling better by now. I'm intrigued by your project that you and others are working on together. That sounds like such a fun idea.

  12. Hope you're better. I've been caring for my geriatric dog who is on his last leg. And I love the charcter's voice to the book.

  13. Sending healing cheese your way. The only big thing for me is up on my blog this week. Yay!

  14. I hope you feel better soon. Kudos to still being able to write this post though.

  15. Get well soon! And thanks for telling me about Cassie's new release coming up...I'll have to go congratulate her:)


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