What are typically the first flowers of Spring?
Mar 25, 2021 1:01 pm
Spring Has Sprung!
I know, I know. That dastardly groundhog predicted more winter. Well, I don't care. It's spring and I'm ready for the warm weather. Of course, it's all relative--I do live in Southern California.
Things have been a bit slow for me because I have managed to hurt my back. Go figure, I'm working out and losing weight, but manage to hurt myself doing it. If you knew me in real life, this probably wouldn't come as a surprise. I am a total klutz. Needless to say, the injury makes both sitting and standing uncomfortable.
As a result, writing is a bit of a struggle at the moment. But as I get better I will get back on track with writing book 5 of the Lustful Lords. I can't wait to share it with you though, I do not have release date yet, but it will be this year. I am also about to start working on audio book versions of the series. I'm still pulling some of the details together and then I hope to start recording. I'll keep you all posted on the progress there.
Meow again! Wow, mommy really waited a long time to send this newsletter out. I kept telling her she needed to hurry up and write you all, but she seemed pretty busy.
Me, I am definitely not busy. That would go against Mew-nion rules. They are very strict about members doing anything that could be perceived as work. Except hunting!
That's just plain fun. I caught 3 lizards in 3 days last week. But, for some reason, mommy did not seem as excited with my gifts as I was. One of them she even set loose! Boy, I was put out with her for that one. Anyway, don't worry about book 5, I'll keep an eye on her and make sure she's getting things done. Until next month...happy mews!
Are you a budding writer? Working on your first book? Maybe it's your fifth?
What Sorcha's Been Reading...
So remember that historical romance reading binge I mentioned? Ha! Ha! It has not ended yet. I've been reading The Kidnap Club series from Samanatha Holt. This series is a fun historical romance romp. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed reading these books.
Trivia Answer: The first spring flowers are typically lilacs, irises, lilies, tulips, daffodils, and dandelions.