It’s been a very frustrating week.
As some of you know, my wife and I are in the process of buying a house. Said house is complete, save for one minor issue that could be handled easily, if we could just cut through the red tape and get on with it. We were supposed to get the keys to the house tomorrow – more realistically, Monday – but we are basically in limbo until we get that issue handled. So we don’t know when we will be moving in and we have to vacate our current house at the end of May.
To add to these woes, my son’s swimming lessons have been cancelled until the problems with the swimming pool are fixed. We’ve tried taking him to one public swimming pool, but it’s really too cold for a baby.
And neither of us are particularly healthy.
The long and short of it is that my current project, Chosen of the Valkyries, has been delayed quite badly. (I was actually behind with my editing too, which is another cause for discontent.) I’m hoping to finish the manuscript tomorrow, but with the way we’re both feeling … well, I can only hope.
On the plus side, I’ve been jotting down plot notes for The Sergeant’s Apprentice, which will be Book 11 of Schooled In Magic. I’ve also got several other plots underway – I’m currently planning to finish Vanguard and Twilight of the Gods, then try and do a couple of stand-alone books. We shall see …
There will also be a number of other audio books coming out in the near future. Watch this space.