Hey Everyone! I just wanted to drop a quick hello. I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted so I wanted to check in. I hope you and your loved ones are all healthy and finding ways to manage this crazy time. The past 3 months have been like a roller coaster that I can’t seem to get off but I know it’s been that way for a lot of people. If you’ve managed to check off a bunch of books on your TBR list during the quarantine, I commend you. I have stalled on my reading and my TBR list is at a level it’s never been before but I’ll get back to it. If you mastered a new hobby or were really productive in your house or you’re an author and you actually had time to get words down, I think that’s amazing! And if you were one of those people who didn’t have the energy to do any of those things, that’s okay too! This is a really strange time and everyone is dealing in their own ways.
I hope that after going through the experience of this pandemic that people learn to appreciate life and each other more. Find joy and happiness wherever you can instead of always looking for negativity. Life is short; nothing is guaranteed and its up to us to make the most of it.
If you’ve been letting your TBR list collect dust like I have, there are a ton of great books out now. Meghan Quinn, LJ Shen, TM Frazier, Kandi Steiner, and my pal, Hazel Kelly all have new releases out. If you haven’t had a chance to check out my books yet, head over to Amazon and check them out and get your summer reading started!
I am trying to get back into the writing swing and picking up on where I left off with book three “A Little Bit of Everything.” Tapping into the creative part of my brain has been harder than I thought but I suppose when you’ve been stuck in virtually the same place for three months and you’re with the same people, finding inspiration isn’t as easy, but I hope that as things start to open up more and we’re able to interact with people again that the inspiration will return.
Stay safe, stay healthy and be kind to yourself if you’re moving a little slower than you’d like these days. Until next time…