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Because the series has an ongoing arc throughout, it would be best if you've read the other books in the series, but it isn't necessary in order to enjoy the novel I am currently writing. Each book deals with a different couple within the Nocturnal Surrender world and has it's own conclusive ending for the couple. These are erotic vampire romance books, after all. The only exception is the prequel novella, Nothing Lasts Forever, which is a romantic tragedy.
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The Misadventures of the Clumsy Writer
Sure, I could have handwritten some things, and I actually did make a few notes for my current Nocturnal Surrender Series WIP, but I can only manage a few pages of handwriting a story before my writing gets too sloppy even for me to read.
So how did I break these bones?
Picture this... Clumsy writer + new pressure washer + dirty vehicle = tripping hazard.
The worst part was, I was trying to move the hose out of the way so I wouldn't trip, and that's when I did trip. I knew on my way down it wasn't going to end well. My left hand took the brunt of the impact. Snap, crack, pain, and the rest is history. I really don't think my wrist should have been able to bend as far back as it did without snapping off. On the bright side, I didn't need surgery like they first told me I would. So, yeah me!
1) Do not let the clumsy writer around any trip hazards.
2) Do not give the clumsy writer power tools of any kind.
3) If you are going to trip and fall, try landing on your butt instead of your hand. There's far more cushioning in the butt.
4) Just do not go outside of the house at all. It's way too dangerous out there for the clumsy writer.
Really, I did a lot of sitting on my behind over the summer because of these broken bones. Thank goodness for Netflix. It wasn't just my writing career that got left behind. I couldn't do any of my hobbies, either. I did go for walks, though, when it wasn't too stinking hot outside, which usually ended up having to be around eight or nine at night. At least the deer and turkeys were out a lot then.
Now, I'm finally getting back on track with everything, especially with my writing, so stay tuned to see all the exciting things I have planned for my books, this blog, and my Newsletter. Before you go, be sure to sign up for both. You can subscribe to this blog up at the top right corner so you don't miss out on any of my misadventures.
So what about you? Do you have any misadventures and lessons learned you'd like to share? Leave a comment and let me know. We can share the misery.