Loooong WEEK!
Can't say I haven't enjoyed it, though. School cake projects, doctor appointment, grocery shopping, writing, critiquing...
I almost finished Chapter Three in Sand Bay Secrets. Whooot!
I researched publishers for Catholic Fiction... Guess what?!


Fine. I'm not concerned. My research is not over, anyway. I need to actually read some of it. THAT, my friends, that is the pudding. Unfortunately, my hopes are not that high. Maybe I should be more optimistic. Maybe I should be reading it with a different mind set...

I just want a good book, though.
Maybe I have to write it. :/ I'll keep you posted.
Perhaps a writer's review over the next month or so???
Wouldn't that be fun? Not something solely from a reader's standpoint.
More of a reflection on what's out there and how it compares to what I already know I love to read.

Is that unfair? Well that's the catch, isn't it? It's only unfair if I don't like it. :)
Should be an interesting month.

To go find something FICTION from a market that is almost non existent.
Take care my friends!
With Love,

Loving the Internet

I'm so thrilled about this story I'm writing...rewriting...revising. Whatever you want to call it. I've learned so much about history in Europe, about World War Two.

Better than the learning? I've met so many wonderful people online! It's so true that the internet has made our world small. With a click and a few typed lines, I can chat with someone across the ocean. I can learn more about the world around me.

I'm so excited because today, Fr. Sean from Edmonton Parish in England replied to my request for more information on the history of his church. Yay! What a wonderful write up.

Several weeks ago, I contacted an Edelwiess grower in Canada. He was a friendly sort, too. :D

I may have to do more of this research thing...