So, I've lost about 2 weeks. I moved 4 hours away to Austin, Texas. It's been the absolute hardest move I've ever made (and I've moved around a lot). The last couple of weeks have been filled with nothing but packing and cleaning and other moving preparation nonsense, so I haven't been able to write or play my guitar or anything really. I've never been more exhausted (did I mention the new place is on the 3rd floor?--the balcony is amazing, but the stairs were not our friend when we lugged up the contents of a 17-foot Uhaul). We got everything in here yesterday, so today was the day I always look forward to, the day where I get to unpack and set all my stuff up and organize things. It's exciting and fun and always my favorite part of moving. Except I woke up this morning with a mind-splitting, nauseating migraine. If you're one of the unfortunate souls who suffer from real migraines, you know how crappy they are. Your life stops and you just want to die. So I spent the day in bed, nursing this beast and just staring at all my still-packed stuff. Take a look at this:
It doesn't look like much, but those pictures only just begin to capture the mess. It was actually worse than that yesterday. Luckily, I got a little done last night, but it's still pretty much a disaster. Hopefully, I will rise in the morn' with no aches in the head and my full range of motion returned to me (my poor, little muscles). Once I'm settled, I can get back to work on Book 6 and that other book I'm working on that I can't really talk about.
That was my roundabout way of apologizing for being so absent on this blog right on the heels of releasing Moon-Ache. That was sucky of me. But I hope you guys are enjoying/enjoyed/will enjoy Book 2 and don't forget to tell everysinglepersonyouknow to read it.
On Book 3...
I thought it would be fun to engage you in a game of speculation. For those who have read Moon-Ache, what do you think is going to happen in Book 3? The fact that it's called Moon-Burn should give you a bit of a hint, but if it doesn't, pull something out of your hind-quarters and do some speculating anyhow. Leave a comment detailing what you think will happen next in March's story. Or don't, whatevs. But I encourage you to think about it anyway. Because it's fun to think about it. Be a detective--or a scientist--and do some hypothesizing.
That's all for now. Good luck and Godspeed.