Hey, Fantasy Fix fans!
It’s been a long, hot summer full of strange and unusual events happening, not just around the world, but in my corner of it. Besides graduation, which was the beginning of June, I have been busy with family and school (with my kids). As many of you know, I am a homeschool mama. I have one daughter who is learning to drive and another right on her heels. I have one going through the dreaded puberty (even saying that word makes me shiver in horror) and a son who spent the summer having his mouth filled with metal worse than a medieval torture device. As if this wasn’t enough, I have also been dealing with health issues. I was diagnosed with several vitamin deficiencies and so I have been sort of mentally pre-occupied with getting my health on track on top of everything else. Now, I am not asking for anyone to throw me a pity party. Life happens, good and bad. Sometimes you go through tough situations and sometimes you are on the easy road. This is my season of challenge. Yet, despite that I still have plans, grand plans, for writing, for teaching, and for life in general. I have a master schedule for the fall that includes several short story series, including the two-part conclusion to Forlorn. I also have a series of short stories revolving around the world of Rebels and Ruin, the seven-part book series that I am currently writing. I have also been working on a list of new guest writers who will be featured on the Fantasy Fix over the next year. So even though my health and family life is messy and hectic, I have lofty goals and I am not going to let puberty, metal torture devices, or my health, get in the way of accomplishing them.
In the midst of this summer of chaos, I did an interview with a fellow Scribophile writer and blogger, Sue Seabury as part of the Young Adult/New Adult (YA/NA) Blog World Tour. Sue is a YA/NA author herself and I will have the pleasure of featuring her in the coming months as part of the Blog Tour. She was kind enough to interview me and give me a chance to talk about teaching, writing, and my upcoming novel series.
I hope that you will check out my interview with Sue here- The Techno Peasant. Leave a comment and show some love for my awesome interviewer.
If you are looking to get in on the YA/NA Author Interview circuit or you think you would like to be a guest writer on the Fantasy Fix send me a message and I will get back with asap.
Again, I hope you will stop by and read my interview. Don’t forget to check back in a few weeks when I will start my new Fall Short Story series. Be on the look out for new Write Life instructional series for young writers, as we work towards NaNoWriMo season.
Thanks for sticking with me and I will see you in a few weeks!