It's been a long two months. August escaped my grasp and boom, were in September. I'd been taking care of my dad for the last seven months multiple times a day. So, when he passed in mid-July, my life was thrown into a tizzy. We had a service for him here in South Carolina and then another one in Maine, his final resting place. My husband, son and I spent a month traveling up the east coast for most of August. We saw friends in Maine, saw relatives and played at camp. (In Maine, camp is another word for house on the lake. Sometimes there's no running water, but in our case we have all the amenities of home, except a dishwasher.)
When we arrived back in South Carolina, it was nice to be home, but I have the itch to travel again after one week.
I have gotten back into writing after a brief hiatus to take care of Mom and Dad. I'm working on the project I mentioned a few months ago, but haven't said exactly what it is. I've started chapter 4.
I'm also attempting to organize my office, which is a lovely catch all for my projects. I might get to work on those later, but right now I have a plan to write and publish more. Annie Get Your Gun is completely up on Kindle Vella. Since it has been a month, I can now release it as a full paperback and kindle novel. I'm working on that presently. My book on anxiety is also heading to the Amazon store near you. That will be released as a kindle book and possibly a paperback, but it will be tiny, like the one about Emptynest Decluttering.
My second Civil War activity book will be released this week, hopefully. It's a word search and number search book. It follows the cryptogram book I created two months ago.
We're trying to get to know our new community. We stopped by the local library and visited an open house at the community center. Later watch for pictures from the balloon festival and the Farm Show. Those are two separate events we'll attend over Labor Day weekend. I hope you're getting out there to enjoy the last gasps of summer for some of you and the breathable weather for those in the south.
About the author
Michelle Libby writes about love, sex, life and happily ever afters, while keeping up with her adult children and finding new projects to fall in love with. Have you seen the coloring books? How about the RV?