Very Inspiring Blogger Award

I was nominated by Charity, a gal I have been fortunate to know for quite a few years online now and have her books on my shelf. very-inspiring-blogger-award1

The Rules

  • Post the award on your blog
  • Thank your nominator because they’re awesome
  • List 7 facts about yourself
  • Nominate 15 other blogs for their awesomeness
  • Post the rules so people know them

Seven Facts About Me

  1. I am not a fan of the myers briggs personality thing. I know a few friends who it has really helped them in their lives and they love it, but it’s never been something I’ve been crazy about.
  2. Two of my characters in Worlds Collide: A Fairy Tale I originally created when I was six. They have undergone many, many changes, but the names have stayed the same even if the spelling hasn’t!
  3. I can never have too many pairs of earrings.
  4. While I’ve been able to travel quite a bit internationally, I’ve visited woefully few states here in the US.
  5. I have no food allergies.
  6. In elementary school I bred and raised mice and sold them for store credit at the local pet store. When they would get out my mom was so good at catching them she could catch two at once, one in each hand going the opposite directions.
  7. My favorite animal is the manatee.

My Nominees:

If you want to do this one, go for it, and no pressure to those I’ve listed here. I’m unofficially nominating the midget, Griffin Asher,  Amber, Laura, and Bonnie.


A Finished Tale

I like this layout much better. While I had liked the old one, it just didn’t seem to fit. The drawing in the header was done by my friend for my second book, it’s still one of my favorite of her sketches. I’d link to her if she had an online presence.

Last week I finished editing and sent off to a few friends my short story. This is so different from my novels, it is the first story I have ever finished that when I was done I was done. I have no desire to continue the story. So very strange for me.

Now real life has come washing back in, it is time to start tackling the goals and projects needed to be done for 2014.

Completely unrelated, this made me laugh.  Maybe because one of those projects that needed to get done was switching over my health insurance. Fortunately, that task is finished.