I’m back! Throw your hands up. Are ya with me? Throw your hands up!
Yeah, I know. Don’t say it. Just let me have this moment.
I’m having a flashback to my nightclub party days from the mid 80s. Back when my girlfriends and I used to hang in the Chicago nightclubs ‘cause we thought we were grown and sexy. Except they didn’t say “throw your hands up” back then. It was more like, “Raise your hands in the air and wave ‘em like you just don’t care,” or “The roof, the roof, the roof is on fire.”
Okay. I’ll stop.
Anyhoo, how about that five-month long hiatus, huh? WTH! I know, I know the nerve of me, right? But I have finally returned. Yippee! And I’m glad to be back. But I’ve got to be honest; it was great being gone. My absence allowed me to re-energize, re-strategize, and rebuild. I’ve been busy moving stumbling blocks and boo-hooeing over the ones that haven’t move. I’ve opened new doors, and learned from the doors slammed shut.
There’s a lot to talk about in the upcoming blog posts, so I won’t blabber it all now. The one thing I will share is my newest novel, “A Little Bruised,” which is over on my Writings page. Swing by for a sample read when you get a spare moment. Although, the novel isn’t finished yet. Let’s just say, it’s kicking my butt and sending me through all kinds of labor pains and spasms. But eventually it will make its journey to eBook. I’ll keep you posted.
Hope you all had a great summer. Now that it’s getting cooler and folks are settling in for the fall season, I hope you’ll snuggle up to this blog for crazy riveting words from a wacky brilliant woman. I mean, really, if you don’t think this is an “awesome” place to be, then you may need to get yo’self some “awesome” lessons. 🙂
Welcome back readers, I’ve missed you.
Photo by Danilo Rizzuti