Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Happy New Year!

Yes, I know I'm slightly early, but this is my last Killer Hobbies blog post of 2015!   

Life's fun right now but really different from my norm.  Oh, yes, I've started writing my third Barkery & Biscuits Mystery, and I'll be reading my manuscript for COVERT ALLIANCE, my next Harlequin Romantic Suspense, this weekend before emailing it to my editor.  I'm doing some additional plotting, too.  That part's all usual for me. 

But meantime I'm still working around all kind of holiday and family stuff.   

Last week we went to see Frozen, Disney on Ice.  Wow!  Those skaters were amazing!  We also went to see the new Star Wars movie at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood, where they presented a sci-fi light show first.  Another fun outing. 

We've family staying with us and visiting us, and more to come.  We've yet to take a drive around the major Christmas light shows this year and are probably out of time.  Yesterday we had our carpets cleaned, partly in anticipation of the arrival of our young grandsons next week.  The dogs had to stay in my office with me with all the excitement going on, but they wanted to go help and kept barking. 

This afternoon we'll head to Pasadena to watch people put the last touches on the parade floats--including our younger son!  Then there's New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, and more that's not conducive to spending my usual amount of time writing.  But oh well.  The celebrations and seeing family don't happen often, so I plan to enjoy them now, and write whenever I can find a few spare minutes. 

So... Happy New Year, everyone!  I hope you all have a wonderful and prosperous 2016.


Betty Hechtman said...

It sounds like you've had a busy and fun holiday. How neat that your son is helping with the floats. I have always thought about doing that.

Linda O. Johnston said...

I've never considered helping with the floats before, but it's fun to watch people working on them--and I'm delighted that my son participated!

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