I’m well over halfway through writing The Lightning Struck Tower. It will be released in January as scheduled unless someone drops a bomb or the world ends in December. Either is conceivable, considering the news. Sea levels are rising faster than predicted. Uganda wants to kill all gays and anyone with AIDS/HIV. The Salvation Army is out there, asking for your money so they can turn around and use it to fight gay rights.
Sometimes, the world just wears me out, wears me down. I wonder why I struggle so hard, keep on fighting. It’s not enough I’m safe, my loved ones are safe. I want everyone to be safe and to enjoy the same rights I do.
The Silver Publishing discussion seems to have died down. I don’t know what that means. I haven’t been following the discussion. My part in it is done. I did my job for them as best I could and I’ve moved on. I hope Silver makes it, and I hope authors and staff get what’s coming to them.
My freelance editing is doing really well; thanks to all of you who have made use of my services and recommended me to others! I appreciate it.
Why not celebrate being alive with a few photos?
These are older, taken in a different place and time. This first cat pic is of Othello. He belongs to my mom, along with Sophie, the cat that follows.
Both are getting on in years now, being in their mid-teens. They get along well, except when they don’t. 🙂 But they take pretty pictures and I have several photos of these two.
The last one for today is a of a swan. Talk about beautiful!
Enjoy hump day, everyone. See you again on Friday.