Friday, August 17, 2012

Totally Random

* I met my word count every day this week.  And then some. *fist bump*

* Alex Cavanaugh is hosting a fun Genre Favorites blogfest on September 17.  Not only does it sound fun, but the post shouldn't take anytime to write (which I love + appreciate. Thanks, Alex!). Click here for the deets and to join the grooviness.

* I wrote an article for about the importance of young adult fiction and how it's changed over the years.  It got a ton of coverage and for that I'm ever so grateful!  It's nice when you write something and someone reads it, right?  Check out the post and the cool SheKnows site.  Click here.

* I'm not used to having so much free-time, as I  used to spend mornings with my mother.  Still getting used to this new chapter in my life.  It's going to take a while.

* My niece got her driver's license yesterday which can't be possible because didn't I just hold her in my arms at her baptism like a week ago??

* I have two new YA books on my nook, ready to read for the weekend: Red Heart Tattoo and Unbreak My Heart.  I finished Monsoon Summer last weekend and enjoyed that.  A cute, sweet story set in India.  Very cool.  Exactly what I was looking for. 

Keep truckin' on, sang a singer a long time ago.  So, what exciting things do you have planned for the weekend?  Hope you have a good one!


LD Masterson said...

Just like your niece jumped from baptism to driver's license, the time you need to get used to having your mom only in your heart will happen when you're not looking and probably sooner than it seems possible now.

LTM said...

Was Monsoon Summer a movie? That sounds so familiar to me... Hey, big congrats for the awesome response on SheKnows! And great job meeting your word count!

I know the feeling of having babies getting drivers' licenses. Ugh! I'm still dealing w/babies graduating from HS...!


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Thanks for mentioning my blogfest!

Jemi Fraser said...

I just got back from a few days away with hubby, so I'm catching up! :)

Danette said...

The kids grow up too fast, don't they? My youngest will get his driver's permit in a few months and I still feel as though the oldest is barely that age!

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Time goes by so fast. Having a teen driver is nerve racking.