I’m in the office over an hour earlier than normal this morning because I need to leave early to shoot some senior portraits for a lovely young lady. So early in fact, none of the restaurants down stairs were open when I got here.
The office is dark and quiet and I’m the only one here. It’s times like these I enjoy, which is also why I love working from home and living alone. The silence is pristine. and the quiet is very settling…which is good when you have a day as full as this one is going to be.
Over the weekend I spent a lot of time working on Where Shadows Fall, because the ending just wasn’t working for me. It’s a lot better now, which brings us closer to the place where I get it off to the editor who will make it even better.
I also spent some time reconsidering an old story idea that has been hanging around the back corners of my brain since I was in my twenties. May see if I can breathe some life into it. Not sure it has the plot for a full novel though. Possibly a novella. We’ll see.
Sounds like the coffee is ready, and I should take advantage of this quiet while I can, so I’ll leave you here, my lovely readers. I hope your Monday is filled with hope and wonder.
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