Hard to believe that summer is already fading, but the first signs of fall are stirring in Seattle. I love this time of year, but truth be told, I love just about all our seasons, except for latest winter.
In writing news, I've finished my first draft of a new project and am really happy with it. I'll post about it here when I'm ready (most of you have already seen some news on facebook or twitter). In the meantime, I'm returning to other projects and the important business of querying for RAIN MUST FALL. I'm also trying to remember to be patient. After finishing a draft, I often want to rush ahead to revisions and sharing and editing and querying and and and... but what I really need is perspective, rest, and rejuvenation. The seed is planted.
One day it might grow into something wonderfully wild and strange. For now, best to be still. Best to look for hidden everyday treasures.
Best to turn my attentions elsewhere while I wait.
There's so much already here.
And I do love this time of year.
As always, thanks so much for stopping by. Hope you and yours are well!