One of the blessings and curses of being a working freelance writer is that so much of one's time is spent on other people's projects. I usually read 10-15 books a month for Kirkus, have projects pop up unexpectedly from clients, and still try to keep in mind a gazillion article ideas I want to pitch.
Some get pitched. Some get published.
Like today's article on the NPR book blog, that honors Memorial Day and the men and women -- including my grandparents --who fought on the battlefield and on the homefront during WWII through some great novels.
And while I might be embarrassed that I haven't had much to say at my blog recently, I also know that I'm launching an exciting event in late summer that will explain exactly how well my time has been otherwise spent.
I can't wait to share, and it won't be much longer until I can.
Until then, happy reading - and keep the romance alive.