You thought you’d gotten rid of me, didn’t you?
Well, the beginning of 2013 was a whirlwind of job applications and uncertainty. February I took on a temporary job, and now that’s done, and here I am again.
In the next few months, I’m going to be cutting down on freelance work, which hopefully means I’ll be blogging more. However, I’m cutting back on work because my second child is due in May, so there will be much nesting going on. If you’re ever hankering for some more interaction apart from WordPress, be sure to like my Facebook page—I update that more often than WordPress or Twitter.
What do you want to learn more about? This week I’ll be talking about my recent chat with Ethan Rutherford, author of The Peripatetic Coffin and Other Stories, which will be published in May 2013. Expect that on or around Friday. Seriously, don’t hold your breath or anything, since I tend to be late. It also takes me an exorbitant amount of time to write each blog post. I’ve already ran my toddler to the potty twice, let out the whining dog, started some food on the stove, looked up the spelling of “exorbitant”—you get the idea.
I’ll also begin blogging about picture books that demonstrate literary principles. This is going to be dependent on how good the books I pick up at the library are, so it probably won’t be on a constant schedule. But I’ll post the first one of those today.
Besides getting picture book recommendations and hearing about Ethan Rutherford, what do you want to know about the writing, reading, or editing processes? Your input is what fuels this blog—you ask a question, I’ll find the answer. If you don’t ask the questions, I’ll probably choose naps over blogging. Just being honest.