It was a very long week at Zannini south, but I feel I got a goodly amount done. The trip back seemed endless. It rained all 300 miles. I didn't mind the rain in north Texas, we really needed it, but I wish it could have waited until I was safely home.
5 hours of driving + steady rain + cooped up dogs + full bladders = Loooong Trip
Glad I'm home. It will be so nice when we both get to live in the SAME house like normal people.
I haven't been posting lately, but I have been keeping up with the news. Quartet Press closed suddenly and unexpectedly. The explanation was a little veiled which led to all sorts of speculation.
To be honest, since the public hasn't invested in QP yet, the public isn't owed an explanation, but the authors who signed on, the cover artists, the editors, and the admin staff is owed an explanation--a thorough and unvarnished explanation. I hope they got one.
Blogging is still my favorite way to interact with everyone. Now that I live in the middle of nowhere it's more important to me than ever before. I don't go on Twitter anymore. I'd like to, but it takes too much time and I can't keep up with all the conversations.
Do you Twitter? Is it worth it to you or has it become a time drain? Maybe I'm doing it wrong.
Are we too connected? - Last week, I took Tank, the wonder dog with me to pick up lunch while Greg stayed home with the workmen refurbishing our floors. While I was out, I remembe...
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