11 thoughts on “Looking Forward to Spring ~ A March Catch-Up

  1. I’m not surprised you haven’t felt like blogging after the tough month you’ve had. Glad you’ve worked your way through the unexpected plot twist. I was very excited when you told me what it was and I think it will have made a great book excellent xx

  2. You have been busy! Lots of exciting things in regards to your writing and your books. Excellent! But sorry to hear about the difficult February. I hope all has settled in regards to that. Happy approaching Spring. Smile like the daffies!

      1. Thank you! I’m in Vermont, so spring is still a long ways away! Haha!

      2. You get your real spring weather around May time, don’t you? But you live in such a beautiful part of the world I’m sure it’s stunning all year round. xx

  3. Sorry to hear February was so difficult for you – I do hope things are better now. I can relate to the ‘book twist’ My current WIP had stalled and it was only when I realised that I needed to completely restructure/rewrite it, that I found the solution to the main sticking point. Spring does seem to have sprung as far as the daffodils and other spring flowers are concerned, but the weather has changed again so I hope they dont suffer too much. Good luck with all the things you’re so busy with! x

    1. Glad you’ve managed to find a solution to your WIP issues. We do learn a lot of problem-solving skills, don’t we? Yes, this morning it’s pouring down with rain here. Not very spring-like at all, unfortunately. But that’s March for you, and hopefully it will go out like a lamb … Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Hywela. x

  4. I uploaded my latest book to Amazon to coincide with my birthday on the 15th February; yeah, easy, peasy. πŸ˜€ Next the paperback, couple of hours, sorted- er no. Amazon gremlins decided to be difficult, so obviously the world and his wife decided this was the time to come up with all the personal, frustrating, life-things to make concentration impossible, so I do understand where you’re coming from, Sharon.
    Never mind, authors and bloggers are a resilient bunch, and when we manage to escape to Narnia, can rule the world. If we can solve plot holes and tame unruly characters Spring is just around the corner. Welcome back, Sharon and good luck. x

    1. Ah, the dreaded paperback gremlins! Always something to look forward to … We are resilient, though, you’re absolutely right about that. We don’t have much choice, do we? πŸ™‚ Thank you for commenting. Hope your paperbacks are sorted out now.

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