Sorry for the silence…I’ve been contemplating the ending of HeirForce, and then what to do next. I don’t know if I will leave the site up, or get a new one under my name, or one under the series of books I’m working on in the Chance Encounter Romance line. What to do?
The rest of the trip went without incident and they pulled into Kate’s apartment complex about 8 o’clock. “Home, sweet, home.” Spencer turned the engine off and stretched.
“Finally. I can’t wait to see Buttons. I missed him.” Kate unlocked her seatbelt and twisted her neck back and forth. She glanced at Sarah, who had a glazed look.
I am sorry for not posting in so long. It was my intention to post some things related to writing, and about the books in my stack. But I came down with the Crud, which is an awful bad cold with fever, chills, loss of appetite, etc. Here in the US, the doctors are saying it takes an average Three Weeks to get over it completely. Thus, the silence here at Heir Force. Now I am woefully behind on all things Christmas. I am trying to catch up.
Be reassured that Kate, Spencer, and Sarah are well and will return in January.
Thanks for the follows, comments and spreading the word about HeirForce.
Until next time,
Sorry for the silence last week….I took a week of vacation, but didn’t go anywhere. We didn’t get to take our week of vacation as originally planned, and then had to change the destination. Anyway, I enjoyed the short time off from writing and did some reading.
Kate turned to Spencer and searched his face. He was looking out the window lost in his own thoughts. Kate saw compassion, confusion and was that… love? For her? She couldn’t deal with that right now. She had enough to deal with already without exploring those feelings. She took a deep breath. “Spencer, will you help me? Please?”
Spencer turned from the window and looked at Kate. After a few seconds’ silence, he answered, “Of course, I was planning on it. But I have a few conditions.” He cleared his throat and swallowed.
“Like?” Kate wasn’t sure she wanted to hear this.
So many blogs look nice with graphics and photos, but since this is a novel told in blog posts, I didn’t think pictures would work very well and didn’t know what to use anyway. What do you think? Do you think some pix would make this blog look better, or do you like it without pix? I am wondering whether I should take time to find appropriate pix for the story or not. I am so not a techie, that if I found any pix to use, they would have to be very simple for me to copy and paste, or whatever. So, what do you guys think? Do you like not having pix to look at and thinking up your own images for the characters and settings for the story or would you prefer a few pix throughout?