Last time I wrote that procrastination is not a good thing. Which it isn't. Neither is being unwell. Fortunatately I am blessed to have few health problems. But occasionally a bug or virus that's going around will decide I also make a good target. And, I know, I'm not entitled to be skipped over by a bug going around any more than anyone else. But I still don't like it. So this sore throat and accompanying cough and weariness struck me, too, a few days ago. I began throwing every home remedy I had on hand or knew of at it. I'm constitutionally against medical intervention except as absolutely necessary. Which it is sometimes. So far the sore throat has not migrated any lower than my neck. And I've stayed indoors as much as I can, out of this early cold weather which has descended on East Tennessee.
Complaining aside, I'll be doing a rewrite on Royce Thorne's 2nd adventure while also working on her third for NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month. We'll see how that goes on the new computer I've been breaking in and learning how it works, which fortunately is pretty much the way the old one did. I did have to tweak a few things, re-install some programs I use a lot since this is a new operating system, the first I've had in several years as a desktop. I loved Windows XP, but finally had to give it up. Also had to do a little tweaking of books on Amazon, which readers who order (if any!) won't need to worry about. It had to do with Amazon combining their CreateSpace and Kindle ebook publishing arms.
In Cam Locke's third outing, hoping to have out soon, she takes another road trip, further afield this time, to the Gulf Coast. While there she is jolted by her unexpected response to meeting a charismatic police sergeant, new member of the multi-agency crime task force of Shac Lane, her 'main squeeze,' her old friend, Detective Sgt. Jake Hunter and female TBI Agent Taylor Glass.