Between family, friends, work, and writing life’s a hectic whirl.
I’m still searching for a magic potion to prolong the day. 24 hours seems never enough. Sometimes I’m a bit envious of my characters. All they have to do is snap their fingers. Then I remember the world they live in, and… well, let’s just say I’m a 21st century Earth woman, who can’t imagine her life without computers, cars, or a blow-dryer. (I may not be Rapunzel, but when it takes more than an hour for my hair to dry naturally, electrical gadgets are a must.)
Then let us not forget the simple comforts, such as going for a walk without the fear of encountering a sword wielding madman, or having gods dictate your every move. So, 24 hours will have to do. For now!
But that also means I’m up to my neck deep in my projects, and sometimes, I forget to share news. My latest one: I received the best belated Christmas present ever—the paperback addition of Till Death and Beyond.
The moment I ripped the packaging and saw the book, I did my happy dance (and I don’t even have one). I walked all day with a smile plastered on my face till my cheeks hurt, and cuddled the book like a little baby. Now it occupies a special place in my living-room for the whole world to see. In the event the whole world decided to squeeze into my living-room that is.