It's fall in the south...they'd probably tell you that it's winter, since it's 43 degrees at noon. At the end of October, it was eighty degrees. Today, not so much.
We are putting in a cement pond (swimming pool) right now. They're out there digging a big hole behind our house. It's exciting and terrifying. Our friends who have a pool make keeping it clean look easy, so hopefully we'll be successful too. We don't think they'll put water in it until it is a consistent 65 degrees or warmer. My thought to have a polar dip on January 1, will have to wait until next year.
I've been writing away on my fiction book. I published a New Hampshire picture book this month and released my "7 Steps to Overcoming Anxiety" book and "Annie Get Your Gun" is available in paperback or on Kindle or in Kindle Unlimited. So many options.
There's more editing and creating to be done, which I'll dive into this month. I'm not doing NaNo, which is National Novel Writing Month, where writers write 50,000 words in the month of November. I will continue to output 500 words or more a day until I've finished this novel.
I actually began my newsletter, but it's still sitting on my computer half finished. I'm not sure which is more important, showing up in your inbox or finishing the next book for you to read. I'll let you decide.
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?