An Easter Break

Easter and all
I hope that all my fans and followers had a wonderful Easter break (or at least were able to take an Easter break). My Easter was spend running around after the kids, so it was very productive and rewarding, even if there was little writing actually achieved. This year we also had ANZAC Day following on the week after Easter, so many people took the opportunity to have an extended break, especially with some states having their school holidays running throughout the period.

My erotica writing remains on hold for now, while I continue to work outside the genre, but I am building plans about the books and stories I want to write when I get back to it all later this year. I haven’t completely forgotten about the genre, and what I have managed to achieve in the last week or so is having my material appear on Scribd, along with my profile. This was an unexpected outlet for my works, and I am glad to have another avenue through which I can connect with my readers.

Rolling With the Flow

Rolling Week
So, the mystery virus that I had been taken out by a couple of weeks ago hadn’t quite lifted. Either that, or I just had the worst luck to pick up a head cold straight afterward. No matter what happened, my first week back and doing things felt like I was constantly swimming against molasses, and even the slightest physical activity was an epic struggle against everything. Thankfully, everything seems to have cleared up now, and I actually feel well enough to get back to writing and interacting with my fans.

As to my writing, I am shifting my attention full-time for the next six weeks to another genre, writing under another name, to scratch an itch I didn’t realise I had. It’s going to be an interesting experiment, and will at least clear out some space so that I can get back into writing for my erotica and ER fans. If it turns out okay, it will make for an interesting pay day and some decisions to be made about how to split my time writing across the genres.

Getting Back

Getting “The Deferred Honeymoon” out when I did turned out to be fortuitous, as illness swept through the family, taking everyone out for a day or so.

Except for me.

While I was able to stay healthy while everyone else got sick, when it was my turn I got the full illness and was bed-ridden for almost a week -- something that you don’t expect from what was originally thought to be a head cold. Thankfully the bug has lifted, and I can now focus on trying to work out what happened in the week of time I seem to be missing from my life.

Writing can begin again in earnest, and I’m looking forward to joining my characters in their stories again.