Writing Update

Writing update

Time for another writing update. Since I updated you last, Kris T. Bethke and I have worked hard on finishing Diving In, the second book in the Family Found series, Wade’s book. I’m writing so fast, my fountain pen is glowing and I fear it’ll set fire to my notebook. Back in the States, Kris has been hammering away hard on her poor keyboard.

It wouldn’t have been so bad if life hadn’t interfered for both of us. Kris’s evil day job is extra evil and makes her work lots of overtime. I just got back from spending two weeks in Sweden, followed by a severe case of jetlag. And through all this, we’ve worked our tails off to finish on time.

We still have eleven days until our deadline and we’ll make it. But I won’t lie to you: it’s been really stressful. And when we’re done, I’m going to spend a week or so, lying flat on my back on the couch, doing nothing. Sounds lovely, right?

If you haven’t read the first book in the series, here’s a reminder:

fallingintoloveLiam O’Donoughue is happy with his life. He runs V Wilderness Adventures with his best friends, his chosen brothers, and gets to spend his days hiking in the gorgeous Adirondacks. What’s not to love? But when he meets Austin on a hike, he thinks he’s found something he didn’t even know was missing.

Austin Jock is content with his work as a radiology tech and playing bass in a cover band. Someday he wants to find his forever person but doesn’t believe in romantic fireworks and isn’t sure it’ll ever happen. Then Liam comes crashing into his life, igniting sparks. Huge, life-altering sparks.

The connection between the two men is instant, and things move fast. But Austin isn’t sure what to do with everything he’s feeling inside. Can Liam convince him falling in love is the easiest thing in the world?

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5 thoughts on “Writing update”

    1. Unfortunately I’m VERY stressed. But I’ll make it.

      And after I’m done with this, I’ll make sure not to be this stressed again, because it really doesn’t work for me. And I’m falling behind on my commitments too, I’m two weeks behind on critiquing Yakuza 5 now. Amy is VERY understanding (seriously, VERY!!), but I still feel bad. I’m the kind of person who wants to arrive 30 minutes early not to risk being late, so it doesn’t sit well with me. Ah well .I’ll survive! And I’ll make it up to Amy 🙂

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        1. Yeah, at least. And you know Amy, she’s awesome. I’ve told her what’s happening so she knows what to expect because I would never ignore my duties. And she’s told me several times that it’s okay, but it’s still important for me to do it on time, like I promised. Whatever would I do without you and Amy? ❤️

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