As a teacher, I cherish summer days. This is the time of year I get most of my writing done. My 9 - 5 criteria switches from teaching, lesson plans and paperwork to brainstorming, writing and editing. It’s a welcomed change for the first few weeks, the ability to simply create with nothing more on the mind.

This summer, I took a trip to the UK. What a welcomed distraction. Apart from the fact that I have some close friends on the other side of the pond, I enjoyed touring various locations. The change of scenery, accents, food, and culture gave me some wonderful ideas for my own works. I love touring ancient structures and it’s not something we have a lot of here in good old USA. The quaint churches surrounded by cemeteries were cute. Though, living in Orleans, cemeteries aren’t all that inspiring.

So I’m back in the states, writing, ticking down the days until the start of the 2013-2014 school year. Writing is going slow, as always, but I am enjoying myself. I am enjoying writing the end of the Beth’s story and penning down notes for other tales to tell from the Realm. With any luck, I just might make my deadline.


 


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Miranda
08/14/2013 09:03

So this next book will end Beth's story? Hmm, interesting. I look forward to reading it. Will it be out soon? I am so ready to read it!

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Sharon
08/14/2013 11:28

Hi Miranda,

The next book ends Beth's story, though it shall not be the end of Realm. If the stars align, it shall be released by the end of the year. If the cosmos decide I need a bit more drama in my life, it shall be out by the end of January.

Sharon

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Miranda
08/15/2013 11:59

Thank you so much for the response. Again, I look forward to the next book and I hope that the next few months are drama free for you!

Miranda




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